Do your own thing. What others do works for them, not necessarily for you. You are your own person, learning and living and working in your own way. And this is a good thing! No one really wants to be a carbon copy of someone else.
Your next course of action? Sit down with pen and paper and decide exactly what it is you want for your freelance career.
- What things do you aspire to?
- What do you want to do for your business?
- What projects can you work on that would add an element of fun to your business, at least for yourself but maybe also for your clients?
- How can you help your clients along with their own businesses?
- What wonderful products can you create to sell on your site?
- How can you creatively help yourself and your clients get over hurdles?
- What sets you apart from others in your field?
Ask yourself questions that make you think. Set yourself challenges, because they keep things interesting. Be true to yourself and your vision. Click To Tweet And Keep moving forward.
Have you broken free from the norm? How did you make it work for you? What were your challenges, and how did you overcome them? Let us know in the comments below, or email me at email@example.com. I respond to all emails.
Shannon L. Buck
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