How to get the guts to go freelance

“I’m not a risk-taker,” is what she’d tell me. But at some point in a project-oriented person’s career, continuing to take full-time jobs is too risky. Because you’ll never succeed long-term, you always burn bridges, and you start to feel like you have no skills that can help you keep a job.

Some of you might never perform at best working as an employee. It’s not your fault, it’s your biggest asset. Not everyone is made for the 9-to-5 world of corporate warriors.

Be sure to read the whole article at penelopetrunk.com

Published by Kris

Hi folks! Running around on this globe for over 40 years now, this weblog is a way to share some things and thoughts with you.

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