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Proof Of Your Work Is There For All To See

Proof Of Your Work Is There For All To See

The reason proof of work is overrated in the online world today is that your online presence — if you’re good enough, is the proof of “work”.

You see, as creators — we build our following online for fun because we genuinely like the process. We sometimes forget how much “work” that process actually is. Only when we get offers to be paid for it do we actually realise how much “work” we’ve put in.

Clients trust you when they see that you’ve already written a whole library of great content for free.


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Money for nothing and clients for free!

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