I am, Ayodeji Olaoluwa, I learned about freelancing in the year 2014 under the American International Business School led by Dr. Ope Banwo, a man who quit his job as a lawyer to face the online world.
It was intriguing to me to see a well-respected profession abandoned for something a lot of my countrymen did not pay attention to. After a while I stopped freelancing and focused more on physical jobs I could get as a student.
Fast forward to 2017, I went to serve at Kwara State, I tried to see a business that could appeal to corps members who were a major constituent of my network. My search took me back to what I abandoned in 2014 – freelancing. This time, I took another training with an experienced trainer -Adins, it got mixed with remote working, I made an extra of at least 85,000 every month throughout my service year from remote working.
Since I finished my service year, I have focused on freelancing and remote jobs that would not require me to sit in traffic for a long time, nor take low-paying jobs.