Laura’s unique perspective on money is still so relevant today as it was when she wrote it, it will help you make better choices and find fulfillment no matter where you stand financially.
Chris Salters is a freelance editor, as well as a long time member of the Optimize Yourself Coaching program. Today we talk about how Chris reached out to me after “dropping the ball” & being fired.
If you struggle to succeed due to the voices in your head or a dark past that overshadows your present, this episode will flip your mindset and give you a whole new perspective on how to approach your life.
Alex Ferrari has been side hustling since he was 12 years old. Today he shares his decades of experience to help others gain financial freedom while pursuing their filmmaking dreams.
If we don’t collectively start saying “no” to the rapid deevolution of our well-being as creatives, we’re careening towards a race to the bottom.
Nobody really knows when we’re going back to work. In this conversation we speculate on when Hollywood will go back into production…and how we can make money until that time comes.
Learn the latest about the freelance unemployment mess as well as the challenges of applying for a small business PPP loan.
The government isn’t going to do the work to make sure you get the money you’re owed. We’re on our own figuring this out and getting paid. This article answers the most frequent and obvious questions about earning income from the CARES Act, getting your $10k SBA Disaster Loan, and more.
As freelancers it’s imperative to know how to create a monthly budget in the gig economy to manage periods of unemployment…or global pandemics. Here’s how.
Learn how to better manage your finances (especially if you’re a freelancer) to prepare whether you’re dealing with feast, famine, or a global pandemic.
Learn how to reorganize your finances for the 21st century gig economy so you have the freedom to say ‘no’ to gigs you don’t want and build the career you desire.
Those of us working in the filmmaking industry are willing to put up with ridiculous (and deadly) working conditions that few other industries would deem acceptable. But the much deeper question is: Why?
Stop wasting time with bills and invoices and focus on your most important creative work by organizing and automating your personal and small business finances.
It’s extremely common in creative industries to see job listings for free or low paid work, but how do you know if it will ultimately lead to career growth?
‘Blue collar’ workers used to work in coal mines. Is it possible that being stuck behind a computer for 12 hours a day is the new blue collar?
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