[LIVE] How to be a Freelancer in times of Crisis?

Chat of the David Arty with Luciane Costa of the blog Vivendo de Freela about freelance career

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In this article I bring the live hangout I did with theLuciane Costa from the blog Vivendo de Freela about: how to be a freelancer in times of crisis?

the blog Living in Freelaabout the work and day-to-day life of a freelancer.

In this conversation I had with the Luciane Costa, we talked about freelance work, how to walk the market, how to find clients and create opportunities and many more useful things for you.  In addition to tips and paths for those who are starting now.

Top topics discussed in the hangout how to be a freelancer

  • Migration from employment to act as a freelancer;
  • Market for freelancers;
  • The crisis;
  • How to behave as a freelancer;
  • Tips on MEI;
  • Pricing;
  • Productivity techniques;
  • Prospecting customers;
  • Competition;
  • Nephews;
  • Financial management;
  • How to highlight no market;
  • Tips to keep yourself as a freelancer;
  • Working with partnerships.

Watch our chat now! 🙂

About Luciane Costa do Vivendo de Freela

Graduated in journalism and passionate about digital content. He became a freelancer because he needed extra money and ended up finding out that he loves to work like this. Gaucho and living in São Paulo, she is addicted to detective series and loves to cook. Follow them on the networks:

➡ Facebook
➡ Instagram
➡ Freela's Living Blog

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David Arty

Hi I am David Arty, founder from the blog Chief of Design.
I am from São Paulo, Brazil. I work with design, mainly with web design, since 2009. I try to transform crazy and complex ideas into simple, attractive and functional pieces.