I’ve reached my goal, what’s next?

How do I know Steve Folland?

Steve Folland is a creative video and audio freelancer and host of Being Freelance podcast.

This was an awesome experience chatting with Steve because I’ve been a listener of his podcast for quite a long time. So I felt a bit like “long time listener, first time caller” at first. Which for me is a bit strange because I don’t normally feel that way.

I was having a chat with him through the comments of one of Steve’s vlogs on YouTube and asked him if he had any room for a guest and he graciously invited me on.

In this episode, I had a chance to talk about the following:

“I’ve reached my goal, what’s next?”

In case you don’t want to read the rest of this, you can check out the full episode for all the details.

In the episode, I shared a variety of things including:

  • The number one reason for me to freelance in the first place
  • How I learned HTML back in the 90s that I don’t recommend anyone ever doing
  • 3 stories of my life, 2 of which are true and one is a lie

Specifically, I talk about my biggest hurdle when starting my own business. It was a scary time for sure, but with some self-awareness and support, I came through it.

The main takeaways from this show are:

  • Setting up processes with the goal of sustainability in mind
  • How I can help

Definitely go check it out.

If you have a chance too, check out a few of the other episodes as well.

I’d like to thank Steve for being a part of it and including me along amazing folks in Season 6 like Gareth K Thomas, (Moytza Zhovey) Mojca Zove, and Kate Toon


You rock! 🤘


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