Are you ready for the future of work? By 2027, over half of the population in the US will be freelancers or independent contractors. This shift has been happening for a while and will only continue. As technology advances and the gig economy grows, the traditional 9-5 job is becoming less common. That's why it's essential to prepare yourself for the possibility of working independently.
In this new work environment, freelancing is the way of the future. But how can you survive and succeed in it? If you're already a freelancer, there are things you can do to improve your competitive advantage in the marketplace. Let me show you how.
In this podcast, I've talked about:
- Changing work landscape has made freelancing the future of work.
- Freelancing offers more significant financial opportunities than ever before.
- Freelancers are well-prepared and adaptive to future changes in the marketplace.
- Freelancing is less vulnerable to AI's impact than full-time employees.
- Freelancing enables risk mitigation and ownership of personal brand.
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The Brand Design Masters Podcast targets entrepreneurs, designers, creative professionals and anyone interested in brand strategy, business planning, graphic design, personal branding, trends and marketing.
Philip VanDusen is the owner of Verhaal Brand Design, a brand strategy and design agency based in New Jersey. Philip is a highly accomplished creative executive and expert in brand strategy, graphic design, marketing and creative management. Philip provides design, branding, marketing, career and business advice to creative professionals, entrepreneurs and companies on building successful brands for themselves and the clients and customers they serve.