Freelancing is an essential step in the entrepreneur’s journey. You have to learn how to find clients, talk to them and get them to pay you.
You’ll begin to understand that it’s ok if you have no idea what you’re doing. You’ll start to realize that almost nobody really knows.
Here are 7 productivity tips that will help you hustle and achieve success as an entrepreneur faster and easier
I am down on copycats and trend followers. I like podcasting too much and value my own sanity (and the sanity of other awesome people) too much to think that the world needs us to collectively waste time on other people’s self-indulgent personal brand building.
I think you should stop worrying about reasons why it won’t work and only focus on the reasons why it will.
We’re impatient with waiting for a break, so we’re taking the initiative ourselves.
And I screw up a lot. If you do a lot of things, you screw up a lot of things. You have to give yourself permission to totally humiliate yourself repeatedly. If you can do that, then happiness results.
Is being your own boss and relying solely on your own self-motivation for your livelihood scary at first? Yes. But all the risks are definitely worth the reward. The juice is worth the squeeze.
Intentionally, actively seek things that will challenge you. If you understand everything in your life, you’re doing it wrong.
I’m sick of the phrase, “KILL IT!” Or “STOP WATCHING & START HUSTLING!” Or “TO WIN THE GAME YOU HAVE TO PLAY IT!” I am sick of business inspirational slogans. They don’t work. They aren’t true.