Title: Pyjama Profit: The Millennial’s Guide to a sustainable Freelance Career
Author: Varun Mayya & Abhinav Chikkara
Publisher: Bloomsbury India
Publishing Date: 18th July 2018
My Rating: 4 stars
I’m sure many of you have already read tons of articles or blogs on the internet about freelancing or freelance work available online. But how many of you have considered making freelancing as your full-time job?
Well, the authors of the book Pyjama Profit talks about their perception towards a Freelance career as a full-time job. The book gives a good understanding of the working environment under freelancing aspect. Also, the authors share their rich experience in freelancing and thus providing the basics of the whole freelancing affair.
Pyjama Profit is a little informative book giving out valuable freelancing guidance and telling about the essence of how to learn a skill, communicating the value, about bidding and proposals, personal branding and sending personalized emails.
The book also covers briefing of pyjama categories which could be followed as a freelance career choice. And to enhance the specific skills, list of online courses that could be learned has also been accounted in the book.
The authors have also included their start-up journey in the book providing their outlook on how freelancing helped in kick-starting their career.
In nutshell, the book has some very good points to offer.
What was Good
- The information given in the book is quite useful and constructive.
- The people who blog and are on the lookout for some freelancing guide, then this book is really a good help.
- The book does offer quite good information which you must not have read elsewhere.
What wasn’t Good
- The book was too short to guide you completely on the relevant subject.
- I felt that the last three-four chapters were quite irrelevant in the context of Freelancing. Well, the relevant part of the book winds up in around ninety-six pages. I wished that the authors have given out more elaboration in the case of pyjama categories.
- Further, the book has a lot of statistical information instead of pertinent freelance material.
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