Social Media Manager Achieves Financial and Time Freedom

August 3, 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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Kung batang 90s ka, you might be familiar with the 1995 Mel Gibson film “Braveheart.”

It’s about a 13th-century Scottish warrior who led the Scots in the First War of Scottish Independence against England.

Yes, it’s one of those war films.


One of the highlights of this movie is the freedom scene.

Wallace chose to shout “FREEDOM” instead of begging for mercy during a trial against him for treason in England.

He also used this powerful word to encourage and motivate his people to fight against tyranny.

The same goes in real life.

We yearn for freedom.

Not from tyranny or oppression.

But freedom to spend more time with our family or loved ones.

To work anytime or anywhere we want at our own pace and convenience.

To be able to save a lot and have more than enough for our needs.


TBH, it’s not an easy decision to make.

Especially if we are the breadwinner or a lot of people rely on us.

Sometimes we would choose to have a stable income in an 8-5 corporate job instead of risking a better income and life as a freelancer.

It’s a big gamble not only for us but for our families.

It would seem easy if it was only about us.

However, we need to be reminded that bigger risks mean bigger rewards.

It can be scary to rock the boat and take a big leap of faith.

But if it means freedom in both our time and finances in the long term, then it would be really worth it.

Remember, we can’t get anywhere in life without taking risks.

Just like Corraine, she’s a former researcher at RDIC-DOST.

She worked in the corporate setting for a year but she wanted to work from home and earn big as much as possible.

In the beginning, she experienced several struggles as a freelancer.

She struggled with finding premium clients, how to talk to them, and how to find them.

She learned a lot from these challenges and found that consistency and willingness to become better in your craft is the KEY.

Now, she’s consistently making 6 figures.

The best part?

Nothing beats FREEDOM in both time and finance.

Be inspired and be moved by her story, on Wednesday, August 3, 2022, at 2:30 PM.

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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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61 comments on “Social Media Manager Achieves Financial and Time Freedom”

  1. "For us na matagal na sa freelancing, we tend to think that we know everything. We have to remind each other sometimes that we need to be curious." - Phoenix

  2. "For me, on my first few months/year in freelancing, I was also trying to adjust with clients, because not all clients are not good to work with." - Corraine

  3. "If you want to stop working with the client, you can offboard them nicely/properly. It not only helps you maintain good reputation as freelancers, but it helps you establish good relationships." - Corraine

  4. "Even if that first client of yours wouldn't last, it's okay, as long as you take learnings from that client. I journal what went wrong for that particular clients." - Corraine

  5. "We like writing about our achievements, our good moments, but we should keep on writing our mistakes too, our questions, the moment you write it, you'll gonna remember it, it will register on your brain." - Phoenix

  6. "We need to be patient if you want to grow. I realized that I was on the verge of growing, but it's really hard because it's against the way of gravity. You have to be patient enough, if not, mapapagod ka." - Corraine

  7. I agree with Phoenix that we need to take note /journal what you've learned for the day whether good or bad naj-journal natin yan para may babalikan ka sa sarili mo as reference to improvie ourselves.

  8. "Usually what I do, I ask when are they most available, and we go over zoom, I just talk to them politely, first I thanked them for the opportunity they give me, then I give them my reasons, an honest comment about them, but not in a way that I'd offend them." - Corraine

  9. "Whenever you make big decisions, wag niyo antayin na galit kayo, na emotionally driven kayo, pag galit tayo we often make rush decision. Quitting too soon offends clients." - Phoenix

  10. "I enrolled in VA Bootcamp 2019. I think it was the Microsoft Office, I already knew that, but the rest I didn't knew, especially pagawa ng CV. Sir Jason Dulay, is one of the first coaches that I have. And I am forever grateful to VA Bootcamp." - Corraine

  11. "Consistency, if you're a freelancer, if you don't have patience, your degree doesn't matter in freelancing. I have a friend na nasa VA Bootcamp din, he didn't finish college. Sa freelancing, no judgement." - Corraine

  12. "It was Sir Jason who said, 'Imagine if you have one client that's priced as P10,000. What if I tell you that you can duplicate it 8 times. So, that's P80,000.' And that's what got me really interested to enroll in VA Bootcamp." - Corraine

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