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An entrepreneurial family of elite real-estate brokers specialized in exquisite Parisian properties — that’s all you need to know about the new TV documentary series The Parisian Agency on Netflix (available with subtitles, IMDb 7.2/10).
LinkedIn rolled out its freelance services marketplace globally, TechCrunch reports. Freelancers can now add provided services to their profile, request reviews from their clients, etc.
What freelancers need to know about inflation — according to a Freelancers Union’s blog post.
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There’s a huge hype surrounding so-called NFTs, but what exactly are they? That’s the question — addressed in an explainer article What is an NFT and Why Should Creators Care?
“The simplest way to think about the difference between fungible tokens, like Bitcoin or Ethereum, versus non-fungible tokens like NFTs is: Cryptocurrencies = currency (or money) and NFTs = goods.”
We’ve been following Hugo Amsellem’s blog and podcast Arm The Creators for quite a while — an amazing resource for all creators and freelancers alike, as well as anyone interested in the rise of the creator economy. Keep it coming, Hugo! 💪
Plain and simple: 5 Best Freelance Visas in Europe, from an American point of view.
If for any reason, you need to set up your international freelance business as a company, Incorporations.IO is a good resource to start with your research.
Some coaches endorse career changes as if it was a light exercise. It’s their business, after all, and as Warren Buffett said: “Don’t ask the barber whether you need a haircut.”
In reality, however, career transition is a tough challenge for any freelancer, as documented in a sober and instructive article on Making the transition from one freelance career to another, written by Chris Cedeño. Note that he has not even changed his main industry, switching from Production Coordinator to Producer.
Wanna hear a great song about the joys and hardships of freelancing? Here’s one: It’s a Freelance Life by Garlic Jackson Comedy 🎶