Amy is the former Senior Editor of SUCCESS Magazine and Founder of Freelance Academy. As an Emmy Award-winning writer and content strategist, Amy relaunched her failed freelancing career as Anderson Content Consulting in 2012, generating six-figure revenue as a freelancer in her first year. She has worked with clients like John Assaraf and Todd Duncan, written scripts for Dell, and worked on books with Darren Hardy, John Addison, and Stacy Tuschl. Over the last year, Amy has poured her heart into helping other freelancers and consultants break the feast or famine cycle, and create the business and life of their dreams through Freelance Academy.
In this episode, Amy and Stacy discuss a number of topics including Amy’s transition into, out of, and back into entrepreneurship.
Some highlights include:
“I had a moment of clarity after a car accident.” At minute 3:00, Amy talks jumping into entrepreneurship, deciding she wasn’t cut out for it, and what she learned at SUCCESS Magazine.
Don’t settle for the myth of feast or famine. At minute 9:00, Amy talks about what she does differently now after living with this myth for a long time.
What does balance actually mean? At minute 15:00, Amy gives a unique take on the work-life balance debate.
You don’t have to break the bank. At minute 18:00, Amy gave me some delegation tips that she set in place before relaunching her business.
“You are worth betting on.” At minute 29:00, Amy talks about why, if you’re thinking about giving up, you should take some time to sit back and think.
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