Inside, conscientious newcomers to freelancing will be subjected to lots of well-intentioned, if often irreverent, advice from the soul of an emotionally-liberated Yorkshireman in chapters like:
- What the career adviser didn’t tell you
- How to survive criticism with self-esteem intact
- What fluffers teach you about your job
It’s a call-to-arms for anyone who fancies making a living doing what they enjoy, and liberating more time to do the other things that keep them happy. It’s sort of like a manifesto for fulfilment, exploring everything you won’t find in other dull business self-help books.
If you fancy reading an unconventional treatise on freelancing, it’s worth every penny of its fair £5.69 price tag.