It sounds easy when you think about it. You can start your own small business even with your own full-time job to keep you going. Just in case your financial stability needs a little boost, here is how you start that business.
Look For Top-Paying Clients
Most people don’t realise that, depending on what you’re good at, you don’t really need to look for potential clients if you just put yourself out there and work on your email to get the better half of the barrel. There are great sites out there that are looking for freelancers, just as long as it isn’t the local one that takes in just about anyone (I’m looking at you Craigslist).
Pitch Your Work
Potential clients and customers tend to gravitate more to the ones who can speak directly to their needs. If you’re pitching out to them, work your initial reach-outs that will speak to their concerns and needs. When you think about it, you would rather like to someone who seems to have a certain interest in you, rather than always talk about themselves, right?
The Perfect Price
Sometime this can be confusing because you would have to think about calculating what will be enough and how much is enough and how much is fair for the clients. There are a lot of ways you could decide on your price. For example, you could get rid of the three zeroes of your goal. Let’s say you want to earn $30,000? Get rid of the 3 zeroes and have the rate of $30/hour.
Or you could just google it like everybody else is doing.
Invest In Yourself
No more mental barriers. No more hesitating once you have already planned out your steps and all you need is to actually take action. No more excuses of why you couldn’t or why you didn’t. How is anybody going to get somewhere if they wait for the right time? WHEN exactly is the right time if not now? If you think that you’re all set then jack-knife yourself up and just do it.