The opportunities for running your own creative business have never been more optimal and the book gives concrete examples and ideas for what your next step could be, no matter where you are in your creative career.
In the book I give some ideas for how to create several income streams as a side hustle or be scaled to cover all your expenses. Like the writer who makes money teaching. The craftsperson who uses Instagram as a webshop. The artist who sells prints on Etsy or runs a succesful Patreon page.
The down and dirty of taxes, accounts, productivity, social media, self discipline, the creative process and mindset, all of it learned the hard way through my twenty years of experience as a freelancer.
The so called “steady jobs” are a thing of the past. It is time to take control of your own destiny, ownership of your career and your future.
I really enjoyed this book and learned quite a bit from it. Palle relates his experiences like an older brother looking over a younger sibling’s shoulder giving advice. I really like how he shares his own experiences on how he navigates the problems of being a freelance creative. I appreciate how thorough he tries to educate the reader. I’ll reread this again and again, so that’s the highest recommendation I can give.
I loved this book, it has flooded this last week with inspiration and stimulating advice. It is absolutely packed with very good ideas and fantastic templates and the writing flows beautifully. I love the artwork . It feels perfectly structured. I will treasure it and consult it often!
Until August 15th 2019