Whether you're trying to land a full-time job or freelance clients, it's tough to stand out. There's a lot to know and do to stay competitive, and keeping up with it all can feel overwhelming.
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People don't hire instructional designers because of years on a resume or fancy credentials. They hire instructional designers who can solve their problems.
When you have the right skillset, you can demand high salaries, attract freelance clients, and establish yourself in the field. You can solve real problems and get noticed for it, too.
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I started my freelance eLearning business as a master's student in 2017. Since then, I've developed eLearning for dozens of clients and millions of people worldwide.
Along my journey, I've found that I really love helping instructional designers thriveThat's why I now spend most of my time creating content for people in the instructional design and eLearning space. It's where I've been able to have the largest impact, and that impact has become extremely motivating and fulfilling.
I still work with select freelance clients who need story-driven, scenario-based eLearning experiences that produce real change in people's lives. I'm always down to work on cool data-driven projects with xAPI, too, so feel free to reach out to me about any of the above.