Self-help business books perpetuate the myth that success is relentless growth and more of everything means progress.
They preach about bookkeeping and market research: things you might need to do of course, but let's face it they're boring. The Human Freelancer is your antidote; stuffed with emotional support for vulnerable newbies to self-employment like you.
Whether you're freelance, part-time, a contractor or tradesperson - buy this book if you're sensitive, brave and want to do the right thing on a happy journey of fulfilment and self-improvement. Inside you'll gain well-intentioned, if often irreverent, advice from an emotionally-liberated Yorkshireman in chapters like: What the career adviser didn't tell you How to survive criticism with self-esteem intact What fluffers teach you about your job Join Chris as he mingles amateur proctology, sexy whales and meat-palaces with life-affirming reassurance, and shares valuable insight from over 5 years of traumatic experience as a freelancer.