Gig Economy News: Looking Into the Future


Where do you see yourself in five years? Whether you hate that question or are inspired by it, there’s no doubt that your vision for the future is an important topic to address as you build your business. Whether your ambitions are to build a multi-million dollar business, to travel the world while you work, or to create a venture that makes your community a better place, a vision for your personal and professional goals will help you get there. That’s why this week’s Gig Economy News is all about turning your vision into reality.

Make Up Your Mind

It can be easy to get swept up in other people’s definitions of success, but letting others define you is a sure-fire way to lose yourself and even your motivation. That’s why we enjoyed this article from Fast Company about Mindful Entrepreneurship, or how you can develop your business and stay true to your vision.

Sell Your Vision

If you already know where you want to go and how you want to get there, that’s great! For some entrepreneurs though, articulating just what makes their business different from the rest presents a challenge. Whether you’re making presentations, sending price quotes, or pitching for funding, our insights on creating a winning a Unique Selling Proposition will help you express, and achieve your vision better than ever before.

Know Where We’re Going

Creating a plan is all well and good, but if you’re not keeping up with industry trends you might find that all your hard work becomes obsolete before you even get to start implementing it! Check out some of the biggest trends that will be guiding the Gig Economy in the near future and make sure that your goals and your strategy fit into the future of the market.  

What It Takes

If one of your goals for the near, or distant future is to become a Fiverr Pro Seller, you might want to know what qualities it takes to make it in our elite marketplace. We took the time to describe the key attributes that are common to Fiverr Pros so that you can do some personal evaluation, and personal development to make sure you’re on track to achieve your ambitions.

What is your vision for your business this year? Tell us in the comments!

Katherine Penta
Brand and copy expert with over six years of experience developing brand personas, managing content, and writing copy for brands like Neutrogena, Visa, and Adobe.
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I’ve answered this question so many times and each time the answer changes. This time will be different. My goal for the next five years will be improve my animation skills, improve my writing and grammar and hopefully launch my own graphic novel series. Once successful the other items on my goal list will be tended to.