David Hochman Is the Freelance Whisperer
David Hochman's success as a freelance writer, editor, and storyteller is as enviable as it is expansive. He has written about everything from flying around the world in a private jet to potty training his son, visiting the vanishing tribes of Ethiopia's Omo Valley to helicopter parenting his dog, with his byline appearing regularly in The New York Times, Forbes, GQ, and Food and Wine.
He's also the founder of Upod (Under Promise Over Deliver), an invaluable online resource for freelancers, writers and editors, and Upod Academy, which offers in-person workshops, webinars, retreats, and private coaching sessions.
On this episode of the podcast, David offers 10 valuable lessons he's learned over his 20-plus year career, sage wisdom that's rightly earned him the nickname "The Freelance Whisperer." From keeping "Diddy hours" to "thumbslamming", these are the tips and tricks you need to know.
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