Break Time: Looking Back At My 'Path Of The Freelancer' Year
The year is coming to a closing chapter, and I'm taking a break from updating the blog for the year. Path Of The Freelancer was my first book and was published on Amazon April 26th, 2017 alongside the launch of this website. The book currently sits with a five-star review on Amazon and I've received terrific feedback from those who've read it. I'm more confident than ever that this resource will help many freelancers make the vocation a financially viable one.
In addition, we've kept the blog up-to-date with articles from freelancers, book excerpts, answers to common freelancing questions, and new insights on how to flourish as a freelancer. I've had the wonderful opportunity to be interviewed on three occasions as well as multiple guest blogging appearances around the web.
As is the tradition on my personal blog, I'm planning to take a break from updating Path Of The Freelancer until January of next year. This will give me additional time to reflect on the journey and explore how we can improve for the journey ahead. Ultimately, I'm here for freelancers with the intent to help guide them towards a flourishing career as a freelancer. It's not easy, but we can thrive by running alongside each other.
How To Stay Connected
I'll continue writing articles on my personal blog through the month of November, so be sure to follow me there. This website has a tremendous amount of resources to explore and help you succeed. If you've not done so yet, make sure to explore the freelance resource center fully. If you'd like to connect with other freelancers, be sure to join our Facebook group here.
Are You Interested In Writing A Guest Blog Post In 2018?
For 2018, we're looking to have freelancers write guest articles here on the blog. We'd love to hear your story or if you'd prefer to share an insight on how you've been successful, we'd love to receive those as well. Click here to learn more about guest blogging on Path Of The Freelancer and to submit a request for guest blogging consideration.
Have a wonderful rest of the year!
Tags: Annual Reflection Point