Can I do web, software development and digital marketing as a freelancer at the same time?

If you are looking to create a done-for-you-service as a freelance, there’s a fine line you don’t want to cross and become a jack of all trades and fall into becoming a generalist.

Each of these 3 fields are different, yet they all have crossover.

You want to create a done-for-you-service for your clients to elevate above the other freelancers just offering one of these 3.

The short answer to this question is “yes, you can do all of them at the same time, but at what cost?”

  • Will you be awesome or just mediocre at all
  • Will you get the best results for your clients doing all 3
  • Will you get the best results for your business doing all 3
  • Will you burn yourself out doing all 3
  • My question to you would be which of the 3 are you best at?

Start with that one and then slowly move into the others where it fits and can augment your services that you are great at today.

In today’s show, I take you through my journey and decision-making process to bridge those crossover points to augment and make a more complete service and solution for my clients to get the most from me.

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