Chart Your Own Course: A Newsletter for Living a Self-Guided Life with Software, Freelancing, and Other Strategies
Do you have the desire to work for yourself?
Maybe it’s freelancing, maybe its an info product, maybe it’s an app or building a software-as-a-service (SaaS) product. There are many ways to free yourself from the shackles of a traditional 9-5 job, but you can also keep that job and do these things on the the side too. The path to a truly autonomous life is one with many trails.
Most people who start out in freelancing and consulting are billing way too low and little do they know, they’re going to fail. Don’t let that happen to you.
Most people who build products never finish them or abandon them too early for them to make any lasting impact financially.
In my newsletter, I will share life-changing tips and tricks I’ve learned about freelancing & consulting, building software projects into businesses and working for yourself. I’ll also talk about productivity, discipline, maximizing your life, hard work, and much more.
I often get asked questions like …
How do I work for myself? How do I find ideas or know what to build? How do I find clients if I freelance/consult? How do I know how much to charge? What about health insurance? What about fix bid projects?
As well as things like …
How do I get in shape? How do I stay focused? How do I develop discipline? How can I write books? How do I manage a project/finances/etc?
These are all things related to working for yourself in one way or another. Now it’s time for me to share this info with you.
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I will also be discussing start your business via an info product, software such as apps, SaaS, and more. I’ll also share my tips and tricks to getting things done, staying at the forefront of your industry, and how to maximize your output as well as how to stay mentally sharp and physically fit.
One thing I can guarantee you is this – I’ll be real.
I’m not going to send you puppy dogs and rainbows all the time. At times, what I have to say may not be easy to read as it may hit a nerve. Often what I share is a direct reflection of me looking in the mirror and realizing I need to change to make an improvement in my life. I hope these realizations can help you as well.
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