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My goal is to teach you how to work from home, do things you love while earning enough to live the good life, and become a Python master via continuous improvement.
I started the puzzle-based learning site Finxter.com a few years ago during my time as a PhD student in computer science. It was more a fun project (I looove puzzles), but it quickly became popular -- used by online students who want to grow their Python skills. So I started to blog, write books, create online courses. As I grew my own business, I focused more and more on the business side of things (I'm now self-employed with the Finxter coding business). And I love it!
That's why I position Finxter at the intersection of computer science, business, and productivity. To help you reach more people with code, provide more value, and make your life more enjoyable and fun!
The 10% of the Python freelancers with the lowest wage still earn between $10-$30 per hour in the US. The national average wage for Python freelancers is $51 per hour. So the statistically sound way of becoming a well-paid freelancer is to start earning money NOW - regardless of your current skill level. Then, you constantly increase your hourly rate using the strategies proposed in this course. No matter your skill level, you will still be valuable for many clients.
As a young student just coming from the university, I was terrified of charging even the minimum wage for my work. I had to force myself to take new opportunities. But when I did overcome my shyness, a small piece of it died forever. Every single time. If you take the step-by-step approach outlined in the freelancer course, you will one day love to communicate with clients and be proud of what you have accomplished.
No. Most jobs require only email or message communication. You can even set some protocols in place to ensure that you automatically deliver the best experience to your clients. But don’t worry, you will learn all the communication skills on the way if you follow the formula presented in this course.
Let me ask you a question: What is work for you? Is it a duty that competes with your free time? It doesn’t have to be this way. Elon Musk “works” 80 hours per week - but it doesn’t feel like “work” to him. It is what he loves to do. In fact, he doesn’t NEED to work 80 hours, he CHOOSES to do so. This is what is going to happen to you as well if you create your own little freelancing business. The constant positive reinforcements from your clients and your additional stream of income will keep you pushing forward - even if you THINK you don’t have time to “work” even more. This course comes with an individual training plan that allows you to set your own pace.
No. You will be the first to learn about emerging trends and technologies. You will learn quickly which skills and expertise the marketplace values. You will have more time for your family and friends if you choose to go full-time. If you take the course with the goal of becoming a part-time freelancer, you will only get to know more interesting people in addition to the ones you already meet. As a premium member, you will get access to my Python Mastermind Group at Facebook where you can connect with other ambitious Python students who took the course. Networking is king.
You would still take money for learning Python, no?
Actually, it's a good sign that you are happy with your day job! So was I. But I still decided to start selling my Python skills online (on the side) to enrich my income, to become more robust and diversified, and to take better care for my two little kids and my wife. This program improves your value to the marketplace which is even great if you stay an employee.
It obviously depends on your country but it’s pretty easy in most countries. Especially, if you start out as a Python freelancer on platforms like Upwork or Fiverr. This is the recommended starting point for most students of this course.
I know this is a big issue for many students. They don’t want to tell their bosses that they earn an additional stream of income. If this is an issue for you, take the course anyway, and confront your fears IMMEDIATELY (before it is too late). It’s your life and you need to take control - or nothing good will happen to you.