In this episode of The Creative Business Podcast I talk to Marie Poulin. Marie has worn many hats over the years... She's been a designer, digital strategist, a mentor, branding specialist and founder. But like most of us, Marie began life as a Freelancer. In today's episode Marie shares how she moved beyond the traditional freelance life and how through her various projects, she now helps others do the same...and with huge success!

When you begin the Freelance journey, there's a high. It's awesome to be your own boss, to dictate your salary, the hours you work and who you work for...However, this can get old pretty quick when things begin to stagnate. So what can you do? Maybe Marie is the person to help...

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Links mentioned in this weeks episode:

Marie Poulin
Doki
Digital Strategy School
Oki Doki
The Freelance Business Success Summit (Free online conference, where Marie and I will be speaking)

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