Gig Money – How To Live The Gig Life – Earn 1K+ Daily From Rich Clients
Salepage : Gig Money – How To Live The Gig Life – Earn 1K+ Daily From Rich Clients
Improve Your Personal Phrases. Make Your Own Personal Hours. Earn What You Require.
There are no bosses. There is no politics. No exhaustion.
This is how Google defines the gig economy.
According to Google, a gig finance system is a free market system in which non-permanent roles are common and businesses contract with impartial workers for short-term engagements. The term “gig” is a slang term that denotes “a employment for a certain amount of time.”
Here’s an amusing fact regarding Google and the gig economy: Google currently has more gig workers on its payroll than full-time employees.
But wait, there’s more. Intuit’s CEO indicated again in 2017 that “the gig economy is currently estimated to represent 34% of the workforce and expected to reach 43% by 2020.” Furthermore, it is expected that the “gig financial system” will simply expand to be “the financial system,” as hundreds of thousands of micro-businesses would replace hundreds of thousands of 9-5 employment.
If you look around, you’ll see that there are gig workers all over the place. They shop for people, deliver food to people, drive people around, and do whatever else you can think of.
And here’s an even odd fact: these days, you may turn into a complete recluse and never leave your house. Dwell forever. And you may do so since gig employees can be recruited to accomplish whatever job you require.
Here is my interpretation of the gig economy.
You do modest, short-term jobs (gigs) for businesses. You will benefit from the gigs. And if you leave a job, you forget about it and move on to something new.
You’re not married to anything. You don’t have to deal with an idiot boss, obnoxious coworkers, annoying prospects, company politics, foolish conferences, off-shoring, salary-pruning, cost-cutting, or any other standard business drudgery.
You have a gig. You will be paid a commission. You walk away. You also accomplish everything on your own timetable, at your own pace, and in your own way.
It is NOT a full-time work, a second job, a part-time job, or any other type of employment.
It’s a job. You only take on the jobs you require. You always obtain the commission that you require. When the gig is done, you go on to the next one…as many times as you need.
In the gig economy, you and only you decide what job you’ll do, when you’ll do it, and how much you’ll get paid for it. It’s a lesson in liberty.
The best site to find gigs
It’s the most crucial question of all. And also the one that most people completely miss since they go to “freelance websites” looking for employment. Here’s a free tip: these websites are the Craigslist of the gig market and the last place you’ll ever need to go. Instead, I’ll set out a step-by-step strategy that you can follow to ensure that you always have more gig opportunities than you can handle.
The two kinds of jobs to do
The types of gigs that you can undertake are virtually unlimited. You name anything, and there’s a job for it. However, with gigs, you’re mostly buying and selling time for money. So keep in mind that you’re only interested in the most lucrative employment. And there are two kinds of employment available. In this section, I’ll explain what they are and which kind of gigs you should always avoid.
To Work With, There Are Two Types of Shoppers
You will have to deal with people when doing gigs. And, just as some people are better than others, some shoppers are better than others. There are only two kinds of customers you’ll ever need to deal with if you want to be happy and successful in the gig world. I’ll show you how to detect these shoppers from a mile away, so you never have to be concerned about gigs you regret.
What Should Gigs Cost?
Working gigs will be enjoyable if you follow my instructions. Perhaps they’re so enjoyable that you’d gladly do them for free. However, the gig life is not charity labor, and you should be fairly rewarded for your time. Here, I’ll set out the precise strategy to follow to ensure that you’re always earning just what you need, for each task you complete.
How to Get Paid for Side Jobs
Unless you’re performing gigs via a “freelance website” (which I strongly discourage), it’ll be up to you to bill your customers and have them pay you quickly in your gig job. So, what is one of the simplest ways to accomplish this, as well as one of the simplest ways to ensure that you always receive a commission on time and in full? Relax, I’ve got you covered. During the training, I’ll show you exactly what to do. It’s how I get my own invoices paid in hours rather than days or even weeks.
That is for all the overachievers out there who want to earn more than the typical gig worker, possibly even six figures per year. This section will show you how to scale your gig empire, as well as suggestions, tips, and warnings about potential problems. In a nutshell, if you want to do multiple gigs every day, this section is for you.
How to Prepare Customers
Yes, you will learn that properly. You’ll have to deal with people while doing gigs. And there are numerous ways, both intentionally and unintentionally, for customers to try to get more out of you than the gig is designed to cover. So, right here, I’ll show you how to train your customers so that they always work within your parameters and respect them. What you’ll discover here is a big secret to living a happy gig life.
It’s unlikely that you’ll only be doing gigs for family and friends. As an alternative, you’ll be getting involved with people you don’t know anything about. And knowing how to recognize which people to work with and which to avoid will be an important skill. Especially since almost all of your communication will be via email. So, in this section, I’m going to delve deep into my 14+ years of experience and tell you exactly what the signs are, both good and bad, whenever you’re approached about taking over a potential gig.
Micro-Gigs Available Right Now
I’m fully aware that many people (perhaps even you) aren’t exactly brimming with confidence when it comes to earning money outside of a regular paycheck. And it’s possible you’re not entirely certain you’ll be able to pull off this gig thing. So, in this section of the training, I’ll show you how to start earning gig money right away, regardless of who you are or where you are. You won’t make much money from these gigs, but they will show you that you, too, can start living the gig life.