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To Freelance is the Future

The number of freelancers is on the rise in different countries. And as I delve deeper into freelancing, the reasons for this increase are getting clearer by the day. In fact, the potential for freelancers is immense and I’m really glad that people, especially the creatives, are taking advantage of it. If you’re reading this, you’re probably a freelancer or you intend to freelance. Maybe you have even hired a couple to help you out in your business. You’ll see that they are proving themselves to be an indispensible part of the industry.

 

 

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Here are some of the reasons why freelancing is the future of work.

 

Search for better income

This is where most freelancers start. The desire to find a way to augment their income pushes them to find “side hustles” they can engage in after their 9-to-5 jobs. The reason is simple: their salaries are not enough to cater for their needs or the needs of their family.

Those who turn to freelancing have been able to raise their income level even higher than what they were earning in their 9-to-5. Well known freelancers have been able to rake in millions every year through freelancing alone. That is something they could never have imagined they could achieve through their 9-to-5 jobs.

 

Freelancers take up gigs that reflect their passions

The gigs freelancers go for reflect their interests and hobbies. Doing something they love makes them enjoy the work they do. Thus, their side hustles turn to their passion project and a means to escape their dreadful jobs. This means that they are more productive and deliver quality services.  They carry this passion and enjoyment with them even after they leave their 9-to-5 to dedicate more time to build a business on what they love doing the most.

 

Freelance to experience a life of freedom

Freelancing gives people the opportunity to quit their jobs and start off as owners of their own businesses.  As business owners, these freelancers get to enjoy unlimited freedom in their lives. No need to wake up early to rush to work. Having to endure hours of long commute or crazy weather conditions would be a thing of the past. No need to deal with office politics. They are in charge of their own time, the clients they work with and how much money they can make.

 

 

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Freelance gives job security

The immergence of artificial intelligence (AI) has been giving a lot of workers concerns. Many believe that the presence of AI means that they are faced with the threat of losing their jobs.

The good news is that freelancers are not at risk of the presence of AI. Freelancers don’t only offer services, they build business relationships and influence in their niche. This is something that AI can’t achieve.

 

Assurance of quality service

Most people working in offices today are doing those jobs mainly out of necessity and not many of them enjoy the work that they do. Freelancers on the other hand love their job. Their love for what they do shows in the quality of their work.

Their passion drives them to ensure that their clients are given the best. Freelancers work faster, smarter and are more resourceful and innovative than those working in a 9-to-5. They believe in ensuring maximum satisfaction and not merely living from paycheck to paycheck.

 

Do you freelance? How are you finding it?

 

 

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29 responses

  1. I agree 100% with the pointers.
    I went into Tesco the other day and they had this scanners that you can use to scan your shopping as you shop. When you finish, you just walk up to the tills and pay. No need to unpack and then repack. This means, many jobs will be gone. When I said that to the staffs, they were like, “we haven’t even thought about it”. Technology and AI would make many unemployed but freelancers would be smiling all the way.
    Great post.
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  2. Having the freedom to work and write from home are the biggest motivators. There are so many freelance opportunities now online and they are continuously growing and expanding. It’s amazing how technology has changed the way we can work from home and still interact fully with clients. Great post, love your blog!

  3. I have stepped into the world of freelance but not with both feet yet. I’m still learning about it and to be honest, I’m a bit worried and afraid that I will fail. I’m not a very knowledgeable person with the business side of things and that scares the crap out of me. I’m not totally invested yet but I would like to be. Just have to do more research into how I can make freelancing work for me and get over some fears I have about starting my own business.

  4. Nice article. We are totally agree with you. Most of people or companies are now building their team online. They are now believing the freelancing from world wide. The freelance sites are the most responsible things to have changed. So there is no doubt in that the freelance is the future.

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