Suggesting that freelancers, part-timers, contractors, independent consultants and tradespeople all gain from reading The Human Freelancer book isn’t just my shameless attempt to broaden the appeal of the book. It’s also a welcoming nod to all our self-employed brothers and sisters who work in other industries where their independence and ingenuity benefits someone else’s cause.
In fact you could substitute any one of those occupations directly in place of the word freelancer and the insight and advice would still apply. As long as you care about what you do and want to make an honest living from your talents by doing the right thing then it’s worth taking a peek at The Human Freelancer book. Because as it turns out the it’s just simple tips and support for people who are decent human beings.
So in summary: everyone everywhere should read the book.
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Self-help business books perpetuate the myth that success is relentless growth and more of everything means progress. They preach about bookkeeping and market research: things you might need to do of course. But let’s face it they’re fucking boring.
The Human Freelancer book is your antidote: stuffed full of emotional support and insightful advice for vulnerable newbies to self-employment like you.Buy it now