Top 15 Ways Freelancing Gives You Freedom






Whether you call yourself an independent professional, freelancer, self-employed or contractor, we all have one thing in common: freedom.  

Being your own boss means the freedom to do what you love for the people who love what you do.


The freedom to...

1. Determine your own values, quality standards and priorities

2. Be yourself

3. Be flexible with yourself and clients

4. Pursue work you love

5. Help others who share your values

6. Set your own schedule

7. Live the work life you want

8. Decide where you work

9. Make everyday 'casual Friday'

10. Work on projects that allow you to expand and grow

11. Determine your fees

12. Work with clients and colleagues that respect and value you

13. Grow your skills and expand your creativity

14. Take care of yourself and enjoy your work and life

15. Be excellent at your profession and express your unique, creative and masterful skills fully
Freelancing is the freedom to do what you love for the people who love what you do. www.elingual.net

As you can see there is a lot to love about your freedom (I mean, profession).  

Can you think of anything else that being your own boss gives you the freedom to do and be?  I would love to hear what you can add.



As always, thank you for reading and sharing my posts.  Please if any of my blogs inspire you, give credit where credit is due.  Let's be fair, honest and professional. Let's help each other be great and stay great!

Feel free to connect or email me, Carmen Arismendy.  I'm a professional Spanish interpreter-translator and founder of eLingual.Net.  I started the eLingual Network because I could not find a fair, no middleman, no job bidding, ethical, and transparent meeting place for translators, interpreters and clients online.  The website is in beta phase and by no means perfect but it's a step in the right direction.
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For the professional translator and interpreter, this means no middleman, no job bidding, the freedom of setting their own fees, having control over their services, and who they choose to work with.
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