Starting a freelance business all by yourself can be hard work, so I’ve put together a few handy freebies to help make your life a little bit easier!
7 Steps to Freelance Freedom Ebook
Creating a work from home income is a goal for many of us Mamas, but it can be hard trying to decide what kind of business you want to start. In my experience, the best place to start for many Mamas is freelancing.
You can create a freelance business from home right now using the skills you already have. In most cases all you’ll need to get started is a computer, skills you already have and a reliable internet connection.
If you’re considering starting your own business, and think freelancing might be an option for you download my 7 Steps to Freelance Freedom E-book. In there I’ll walk you though 7 Steps you can take right now to get started on your freelance career.
The Freelance Mama Beginners Guide to Freelancing Mini Course
Do you want to know a little bit more about how to get started in your Freelance career? Download the Freelance Mama’s Beginners Guide to Freelancing mini course.
In this mini course, I’ll explain a bit more about what freelancing is, tell you how I got into freelancing, take you through some exercises to help you brainstorm ideas that will form the foundation of your freelance business and give you some practical examples of how you can take the skills you have and turn them into a work from home freelance business.
The Freelance Mama Weekly Planner
It is really handy to have a one pager in front of you setting out the key goals and tasks you need to achieve for the week ahead, so I have created this little weekly planner for you. This will help you stay on track with all of the things you need to do to achieve freelance freedom.
Use the big box at the top to write in your big goal for the week. This might be something like “Launch up my new website by Sunday”. Then use the Monday to Sunday goals to break your big goal down into smaller goals, such as “Decide on a domain name by Monday”, “Create my home page by Tuesday” etc. Use the column on the right to break the weekly goals down into manageable tasks, such as “Research possible domain names”, “Ask friends for feedback on domain name” or “Go on GoDaddy and buy my domain”.
You can see pretty quickly how a goal that seems big and audacious, can quite quickly become more manageable with some good planning!