How did a graphic designer transition from agency work to freelancing full-time, and substantially increase his income in the process? Matt Olpinski shares how he freelanced on the side until opportunities came in that made it crazy not to freelance full-time.
Freelancing can allow you to build a happy and abundant lifestyle with your craft.
But there are freelancing business models that I see all the time which are very broken. And the freelancers stuck in them can never quite seem to "make it".
I outline the three models and why they don't work. Does this describe your freelancing business?