The beauty about working today is that there are so many options available to you. You can be a photographer, a videographer, a graphic artist, a virtual assistant, a coder, or a combination of these things. It’s not uncommon to find people doing all sorts of freelancing jobs. There are many benefits to these jobs, but there are also things to look out for.
This was something I was curious about when talking to Ezekiel Sullano. He’s one of those people who has been freelancing for a few years, and he is hustling hard. His main thing was photography and videography, but along the way he found himself working as an indoor cycling instructor which according to him was the furthest thing he imagined himself doing. So it was fun to talk about that journey with him.
He also recently started a show called In Your Element. It’s good and worth watching. I especially like the featurettes like the Tattoo Tours, the Neighborhood Series, the Quick Sketches, etc.
In this episode, we talked about the HUSTLE and meeting new people, working as a photographer and videographer, how he became an indoor cycling instructor, and how he balances all that out with the rest of his work, and In Your Element.
Enjoy the episode!
Where can you find Zeke?
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Music is Piano March by Audionautix