“Freelancers (and entrepreneurs in general) have become lazy and brainwashed by the narrative of overnight success built from a single social media post, viral blog, or killer freebie,” writes Sarah Duran in her article No more funnels: how freelancers should find clients, arguing for a modest-but-powerful networking strategy instead.
Solid advice and some gems of proven freelance wisdom in there: “When you’re a freelancer, finding clients you can marry instead of just date will not only make your work more satisfying, it will remove you from the feast/famine mentality of constantly having to hustle.”
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