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This article was co-authored by Adrian Klaphaak, CPCC. Adrian Klaphaak is a career coach and founder of A Path That Fits, a mindfulness-based boutique career and life coaching company in the San Francisco Bay Area. He is also is an accredited Co-Active Professional Coach (CPCC). Klaphaak has used his training with the Coaches Training Institute, Hakomi Somatic Psychology and Internal Family Systems Therapy (IFS) to help thousands of people build successful careers and live more purposeful lives. This article has been viewed 118,731 times.
Updated: May 11, 2021
To earn money as a freelancer, think about the skills you have, such as being good at drawing, writing, or coding. Create a resume detailing those skills and any experience you have, then search online freelance boards for opportunities. Before you apply to any jobs, decide how much money you need to make on a project for it to be worth your time. When you find a job that matches your skills and pay requirements, send your resume, along with any relevant portfolio samples, if required. For tips on building your portfolio, read on!
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