Hey, small business owners, entrepreneurs, freelancers and side hustlers! You can get professional creative support for your projects no matter how small or large your needs may be.
As a side-hustler myself, I understand that you have to work hard to keep your project on track. If you're only working on your side hustle a few minutes each day, you don't have much time to mess around. I don't have a lot of time to spare either, so I won't waste yours. If you have a creative idea that needs a little nudge, let me help you get what you need so you can move on to other things.
Here are a few things I've learned about getting a side hustle going.
Start before you are ready
I've been a big fan of Chris Gillibeau from Side Hustle School for a long time. He often says, 'start before you are ready' as an encouragement to get ideas into action because 'an inspiration is good, but inspiration combined with action is so much better.'
In my opinion, you don't need to design everything for your brand all at once. Just do what is most important now! I can help you build your brand with the pieces that will bring you the most value today.
"If somebody offers you an amazing opportunity but you are not sure you can do it, say yes—then learn how to do it later."
- Sir Richard Branson
Go for small rather than cheap
I believe it is better to start small with an idea in mind rather than simply going for the cheapest option available. I've seen many entrepreneurs and small businesses opt for inexpensive creative services. While it's tempting to buy a logo for $25, if you want your brand to scale with your business, you'll need a creative direction and a plan.
Whether your side-project is just for fun or for a just cause, I want to help you achieve your goals through access to professional design services that fit your budget.
Use your time wisely
You shouldn't waste time and money hiring an expensive designer to do the work you can do yourself. I can help you with the things you need help with. Learn more about my creative process and see what you can do for yourself and how I can give you the extra help you need.
Ultimately, I want to help inspiring people find the freedom that comes from doing creative things whether those things are a lark or whether they matter.