The Definitive Guide to Becoming a Freelancer

Australia Unwrapped Presents “The Definitive Guide to Becoming a Freelancer”

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The Definitive Guide to Becoming a FreelancerThe Definitive Guide to Becoming a Freelancer is an in-depth analysis of what it takes to make it in the freelancing world. It holds back no punches and gives clarity to an area that many people wish to jump into, but very few have the insight and knowledge of what is taken to make it.  When Dave came up with the idea of writing a guide for those who are still sceptical about taking freelancing as a career choice, I was thrilled because I knew this is what a lot of people have been looking for, including myself, for quite some time. I also felt honoured yet scared to be the one writing it.

The Definitive Guide to Becoming a Freelancer is a must-read e-book. Not only does it introduce you to the world of freelancing from two different perspectives; the employer and the freelancer, but it also takes you on a personal journey that all of us can relate to.

It delves deeply into the psyche of the newbies, a term used to refer to new freelancers, and how you can overcome some of the obstacles that prevented hundreds of people from moving on with their freelancing career.

You, like millions of people out there, have a very special set of skills that could be utilized for good but the only difference between you and these people is the fact that they are using their talents to gain lots of money and you are not, YET.

The Definitive Guide to Becoming a Freelancer By downloading and reading The Definitive Guide to Becoming a Freelancer you are taking the first step in this exciting world of freelancing and trust me when I say that it is a fun world and you are going to enjoy the journey, a lot.

Before you jump ahead and download the book, there are a couple of things to bear in mind;

  • Everything in the book serves a purpose; using lots and lots of graphics were intentional because we believe it is one of the most powerful ways to pass the “this is obviously not important” filter that your brain uses with all the routine, ordinary, normal things you encounter every day.
  • We have tested every idea ourselves and they were all proven successful. If something doesn’t work for you, it doesn’t mean the idea is wrong, it just means you need to adjust it to match your own style.
  • This won’t work without your active participation. In other words, you need to think more deeply about what is presented to you by being motivated, engaged, curious, and inspired to solve problems, draw conclusions, and generate new knowledge. We believe the only way to achieve that is by testing-it-out yourself in the real world.
  • Your feedback after reading the book is invaluable not only to us but to everyone who is going to read the upcoming editions as this is an ongoing endeavor that survive on your constructive criticism
The Definitive Guide to Becoming a Freelancer

Finally, congratulations on taking your first step to becoming a freelancer. We wish you the best of luck with your venture.

Click on the book and Enjoy:

The Definitive Guide to Becoming a Freelancer

Australia-Unwrapped Team

Make sure you comment and share this guide, remember you can do it freelancing is for everyone. You have to work hard, find your talent and channel out your niche skill.

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Aly GadElmoula
Aly GadElmoula
My name is Aly GadElmoula, I’m 33 years old businessman living with my lovely wife, Wafaa, and my beautiful daughter, Nermine. I have spent more than 11 years of my life studying and working in the field of IT, Information Technology, but I’ve recently changed my career to teaching English and got myself a nice frame for my CELTA, Certificate in English Language Teaching to Adults. I hope by telling you this you will be able to see how much I love English. I love reading it and I sure love writing in English especially in the fields of technology, psychology and business. I’ve recently worked as a business consultant for a number of websites in India, USA, UK and Australia. I’ve also written some exciting e-books with one in particular that I’m really proud of, The Definitive Guide to Becoming a Freelance. “The freelance writer is a man who is paid per piece or per word or perhaps.” Robert Benchley
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