Webinar: The Anti-Hustle Method for Freelancing Freedom

As a freelancer, being a “one-person business” can feel stressful and exhausting—but it doesn’t need to be! If you’ve ever struggled with managing your time effectively and staying on top of your never-ending task list, this workshop will help you become the productive boss of your own life and business.

By the end of the workshop, you will:

This webinar is part of the Canadian Freelance Guild’s Business of Freelancing series.

Our Presenter

Sagan MorrowSagan Morrow

Sagan Morrow is an anti-hustle productivity strategist and internationally board-certified success coach.

She helps solopreneurs and multi-passionate creatives save 10+ hours every single week, maximize productivity based on their personality, and take strategic action to finally achieve their goals—without burning out or succumbing to overwhelm. Learn more about Sagan at saganmorrow.com.

The Anti-Hustle Method for Freelancing Freedom

You can register for this webinar right here.

Learn more about the cost and benefits of membership in the CFG on this webpage.

The link to the Zoom webinar will be sent to you via email about half an hour before the start time.

Please check your spam or junk folders if you can’t find the email, and contact organizer@canadianfreelanceguild.ca if you haven’t received the link 10 minutes before the scheduled start time. This webinar will be recorded and posted to the CFG Video-On-Demand site. Once posted, all paid registrants will receive a link and instructions on how to view.

Posted on May 24, 2022 at 12:54 pm by editor ·

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  1. Written by Muhammad Ejaz
    on July 26, 2023 at 12:53 am
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    A refreshing perspective on freelancing! Embracing the “Anti-Hustle Method” is a breath of fresh air in a world that often glorifies constant hustle. Your article reminds us to prioritize balance and well-being while still achieving freelancing success. Thank you for this empowering approach!

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