So there it is, my first book: “Avoiding Awkward – 7 Tips on How To Keep Your Customers and get them to Pay You On Time”. Churned out in 10 days during Gumroad’s Small Product Lab. I wanted to write “10 short days: But that’s bull of course, even though they felt really short. I don’t have to tell you that every day is as short or long as blah blah blah.
Joining this challenge has tremendously increased my respect for all who build up the guts to write about their own experiences, especially when the experiences they write about aren’t all that great and successful. There’s dozens of great quotes about failures and how success is built on top of it, but putting your f-ups out there feels pretty awkward.
It’s a good thing I’ve written this mostly at night because more blood has risen to my cheeks in the last 10 days than in a long while.
If you’re starting a freelance business I advise you to read it. You’re probably going about this a lot smarter than I did but maybe you pick up one or two things from it.
Get it here, read it and let me know what you think!