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Here’s How To Put the Freedom Into Your Freelancing Business

And it won’t cost you a dime!

woman smiling with arms outstretched, enjoying freedom of the day!
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When I first started freelancing, I treated it very much like an employer/employee relationship. It’s no surprise I guess, it’s what I was use to from all my other jobs.

I looked to or waited for my clients to tell me what to do and to make all the decisions. Clients told me what…

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Meg Stewart

Meg Stewart

Freelance writer, business coach, author, software go to gal. Farm-girl at heart. Skill hoarder. Grammi of 10. Reach me at solutionsbystewart@gmail.com

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