As I sit in my room in Malaysia, enjoying a brief respite from the relentless heat, it seems an apt time to introduce you all to the big thing I’ve been working on in my spare time, for the last year or so.
I’ve freelanced for much of my professional career. I graduated with a degree in Fashion Journalism, into a recession and into an incredibly competitive industry. And as such, my first ever job as a freelance role. I freelanced long-term until I eventually nabbed a full-time position, but it wasn’t long until I realised that that path wasn’t for me.
I’m more than 2 years into business ownership now, and I receive emails pretty much daily asking me how to go about doing it too. This whole freelancing thing.
So back in December 2017, I began writing the bare bones of an e-book: The Tartle Guide to Freelancing and Making It Work.
This 64-page e-book is a beginner’s guide to freelancing. Divided into 8 digestible chapters, it’s designed to help you identify what your passion project is, teach you to turn it into a profitable side hustle, and show you the steps needed to take it full-time.
This e-book is for you if:
- You’re currently pursuing a side hustle that you know you’d love to someday take full-time.
- You have begun to freelance and don’t quite know what the next steps are.
- You want to shake up your freelance career and move it forwards.
There’s a Kindle version, and an iOS/Android tablet compatible version, so you’ll be able to enjoy the e-book no matter your device.
It’s perfect for both bloggers and business owners, though notably written with a traditional business model in mind. In celebration of its’ launch, you’ll be able to pick up the guide at a discounted price until Friday 30th November for just £4.99.