Working for Yourself

You may consider yourself driven and self-managing, and that’s a good start. But freelancing, especially on-site, forces you to answer to a superior. Someone on a regular basis ensures you’re moving along and in the right direction. Now, if this “someone” is a pain in your ass, it could be one reason for wanting your own business. But hating to work for someone else doesn’t automatically make you capable of working for yourself.

RevThink client Undefined Creative’s Maria Rapetskaya in “The Second Leap: How to Go from Lone Freelancer to Full-Fledged Entrepreneur” at 99U

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