There’s no shortage of arguments on both sides of the fence whether you should work fro free or not. Many feel that it devalues your art and craft and others think that working for free is the best way to get your foot in the door. In my opinion there’s a time for both but if you do the wrong one at the wrong time you can be setting yourself up for failure or worse.
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“When you want something, you have to be willing to pay your dues.” Les Brown (Tweet this)
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