56 episodes

My mission is to help people create meaningful, independent work that facilitates their ideal life. I talk to hustlers of all types about freelancing, labor, capitalism, rest, worth, productivity, the decentralization of work, and the reclamation of personal agency.

The Hustler's Manifesto Podcast Sarah Duran

    • Business
    • 5.0 • 3 Ratings

My mission is to help people create meaningful, independent work that facilitates their ideal life. I talk to hustlers of all types about freelancing, labor, capitalism, rest, worth, productivity, the decentralization of work, and the reclamation of personal agency.

    Episode 24: Aces on Tap with Chrissy and Jim

    Episode 24: Aces on Tap with Chrissy and Jim

    When you bootstrap a micro-consulting platform as a side-hustle, you are for sure a hustler. Chrissy and Jim not only have created an awesome platform for people to share and monetize their unique talents, they’ve done it in a way that honors the unique contributions of their micro-consultants (aka Aces).

    Chrissy is a co-founder and Chief Ace at Aces on Tap. She's passionate about helping people take control of their time and getting paid fairly for their talents. Chrissy has had a full-time job since she was a teenager, and she's also owned a few small businesses over the years - from dog training to martial arts event coordination. Handling every aspect of a small business is tough, and she thinks Aces on Tap can make that easier for people.

    Jim Neitzel has always believed in the power of connecting people to solve problems. For decades, he's fulfilled this commitment by innovating in healthcare contact centers. Now, with Aces on Tap, Jim wants to be a part of removing the middle-man from information sharing and create a new paradigm of partnership.

    Learn more about Aces on Tap on Instagram, Youtube, and their website.

    To learn more about Sarah, go to www.fruitioninitiatives.com. For early access and transcriptions, subscribe at www.thehustlersmanifesto.com

    • 26 min
    Episode 23: The Four-Day Workweek with Joe Sanok

    Episode 23: The Four-Day Workweek with Joe Sanok

    In this episode of The Hustlers Manifesto podcast, I interview Joe Sanok, a father, entrepreneur, and author of the book "Thursday is the New Friday". Joe shares his journey of starting his counseling private practice in 2006 and realizing he had no business skills whatsoever. He then started a podcast to interview people and learn tips, which eventually led him to grow his practice and sell it in 2019. Now, he podcasts, consults, and has membership communities to help people build thriving private practices they absolutely love.

    We discuss the importance of setting clear boundaries between work and personal life, especially when working from home. Joe emphasizes the value of downtime and enjoying life, not just running from one event to the other. He also shares his insights on the changing nature of work, where people are realizing that outcomes matter more than sitting in a chair for 40 hours a week.

    Joe's book "Thursday is the New Friday" is available at all bookstores online and explores concepts like finding your sprint type and the four-day workweek. He also hosts the "Practice of the Practice" podcast, which primarily targets service-based workers and owners but also offers general business advice.

    To learn more about Joe Sanok, check out his podcast "Practice of the Practice", visit his website, or follow on Facebook, LinkedIn, and Instagram.

    For early access and transcriptions of The Hustlers Manifesto podcast, subscribe at www.thehustlersmanifesto.com. To learn more about the host Sarah Duran, visit www.fruitioninitiatives.com.

    • 38 min
    Episode 22: The Myth of Competition with Adam Faulkner

    Episode 22: The Myth of Competition with Adam Faulkner

    In this episode of The Hustlers Manifesto podcast, I interview Adam Faulkner, a proud freelance business owner and creator of the "Be FreelanceAF" course. Adam shares his journey of founding his freelance video production business "CreativeAF" at the beginning of the pandemic in 2020 and how he hasn't looked back since. We discuss the importance of creating opportunities for yourself, the myth of competition, and the power of building genuine relationships in your network.

    Adam is a proud freelance business owner and creator of the "Be FreelanceAF" course. His calling has always been working for himself, having entrepreneurial parents. He founded his freelance video production business "CreativeAF" at the beginning of the pandemic in 2020 and hasn’t looked back since. He creates video content that in-house teams can't and has worked with some incredible international clients. His mission now is helping the next wave of freelancers achieve freelance success. That's why he created the "Be FreelanceAF" course, showing freelancers how to turn their expertise into a freelance business success, create efficient systems that save time and money, and go from "regular" freelancer to standout freelancer.

    Learn more about Adam on LinkedIn.

    To learn more about Sarah, go to www.fruitioninitiatives.com. For early access and transcriptions, subscribe at www.thehustlersmanifesto.com

    • 45 min
    Episode 21: A Hyper Curated Freelance Ecosystem with Karina Rehavia

    Episode 21: A Hyper Curated Freelance Ecosystem with Karina Rehavia

    Karina Rehavia isn't building "just" another freelance marketplace; she's building an ecosystem for freelancers and their clients that focuses on an amazing experience on both sides of the equation. Plus, she's one of the most dedicated and passionate people I know. We talk about freelancing in Latin America, her no a**holes policy, and hope for 2024.

    Karina is an accomplished entrepreneur and business leader with a proven track record of innovative service offerings. In her 20-year career I’ve had the honor of contributing to the development and growth of business initiatives for some of the most prominent organizations in the world in the areas of international business development, management and large-scale project leadership, having lived and worked in Brazil, the USA, England, China and UAE. At Ollo, she investigates the future of work and new work-related ecosystems, helping companies and independent professionals navigate the challenges and opportunities of the open talent economy.

    To learn more about Karina, connect on LinkedIn and learn more about Ollo.

    To learn more about Sarah, go to www.fruitioninitiatives.com. For early access and transcriptions, subscribe at www.thehustlersmanifesto.com

    • 36 min
    Episode 20: A Freelance Marketplace Built by a Freelancer with Maari Casey

    Episode 20: A Freelance Marketplace Built by a Freelancer with Maari Casey

    Anyone who names her business Uncompany is clearly a hustler at heart. Maari Casey cares so deeply about freelancers and the clients they serve. She's built an amazing company that helps freelancers build their businesses and find the right clients. We talk about the crazy year freelancers have had in 2023, what it's like to run a business where almost every is or has been a freelancer, and what is on the horizon for us in 2024.

    Maari is an ad-agency art director turned freelancer turned entrepreneur. After leaving the full-time agency space she set-out into freelance only to discover a void between the quickly growing talent pool of freelance consultants and clients looking to connect with this resource. In 2015, Maari launched Uncompany to create a “soft place to land” for freelancers looking to connect for community, education and opportunities - as well as trusted resource for clients looking to grow, and scale their teams into a truly HYBRID workforce with freelance talent.

    To learn more about Sarah, go to www.fruitioninitiatives.com.

    • 39 min
    Episode 19: The Freelance Revolution in 2024 with Jon Younger

    Episode 19: The Freelance Revolution in 2024 with Jon Younger

    Jon is one of the most knowledgeable people about the freelance global context, and we get to pick his brain about what we can expect on the horizon for the freelance revolution. We talk about how both freelancers and platforms need to define what makes them special, the stages all freelancers go through in their work, and of course, what 2024 has in store for freelancers and the organizations that serve them.

    Jon is an HR thought leader, author, teacher and early stage investor. Writing about the freelance revolution and the future of work. Books include HR From the Outside In, HR Transformation, and Agile Talent. Follow him on twitter @jon_younger, and check his Linkedin page for new articles.

    To learn more about Sarah, go to www.fruitioninitiatives.com. For early access and transcriptions, subscribe at www.thehustlersmanifesto.com

    • 49 min

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Unchoops93 ,

This was great!!

Sarah and Leah. I just listened to episode 3 about platforms and networking and wanted to say thank you! I am just dipping my pinky toe in the freelance pond and this gave me terrific insight and hope! Can't wait to binge your other episodes! Cheers!!

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