Medical Biller Loved Her Job, But Why Did She Quit To Pursue Freelancing?

September 21, 2022
by Jason Dulay 
Jason is the founder and CEO of Work from Home Roadmap and VA Bootcamp. Aside from teaching Filipinos how to succeed working from home, he likes traveling, playing board games, and drinking coffee.
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It’s been raining the past weeks.

Kaya ang sarap matulog at humiga lang. lol

However, if you’re an employee or a corporate worker, you need to go to work whether it’s raining or stormy outside.

We’re paid or hired to do so, we have no choice but to get up early, struggle with traffic, and cope with the ever-changing weather conditions.

All we could do is yearn for a good work-life balance.

Ideally, we should have enough money to pay the bills, time for our family, and time for our social lives as well.

However, things don’t always go our way as we expect them to.

Sometimes, we need to have a trade-off in order to get what we want.

But there are also instances wherein we can have our cake and eat it too.

It may seem impossible but anything we put our mind to is possible.

We simply need to be brave enough to take a leap of faith.

There’s no need to see the whole staircase.

Just take the first step.

Believe.

Take action.

Meet Cel.

She used to work as a medical biller and coder.

During the pandemic, she decided to shift into online freelancing for her family’s safety and to take care of her son as well.

She now works as a general VA and is planning to choose a niche she can focus on next year.

She loves her freelance work as it gives her the freedom of time.

She can now work anytime she wants.

She can have more time with her son.

She can do household chores while working for her client.

Her life as a corporate worker was really filled with struggles.

But now she really loves her online freelancing job.

All her struggles paved the way for where she is right now.

And it was all worth it.

Her persistence, determination, and hard work led to her freedom.

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by Jason Dulay 
Jason is the founder and CEO of Work from Home Roadmap and VA Bootcamp. Aside from teaching Filipinos how to succeed working from home, he likes traveling, playing board games, and drinking coffee.

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62 comments on “Medical Biller Loved Her Job, But Why Did She Quit To Pursue Freelancing?”

  1. dito ako lagi every week kasi madaming matutunan sa journey ng mga guests, since iba iba yung pinagdaanan nila, nakakakuha ako ng mga tips and advices kung paano pa mas mapapagbuti ang craft natin 🙂

  2. “September na-reject ako sa Guided Hustle Challenge. October nakapasok ako. GHC ang nagturo samin kung pano gumawa ng tamang cover letter, profile, pagsagot sa interview. Tapos yung community na magtatanong ka then sasagutin ka.” - Babycel

  3. “Nung nawala ko yung 2 client ko bliname ko yung sarili ko kasi diko alam kung nabigay ko ba yung best. Pero ang motivation sakin, may reason yung client. Nag-isip ako na tama ba yung pinasok ko?” - Babycel

  4. "Siguro sa experience ko po, kahit ako ay isang General Virtual Assistance, kahit hindi ko alam, sasabihin ko kaya ko yan, tapos pag nabigay na sakin yung tasks, saka ko siya aaralin." - Babycel

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