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I couldn't image at the time applying for another job and being bossed around by another power-hungry dumbass. I quit my job, took a short trip out to Europe, trolled the Red Light District, took a ton of pictures and drank a sh*t load of coffee, came back and dove right in to this freelance thing.
I was fortunate enough to have a few skills under my sleeve.
I knew I had this deep, burning desire to "build" something. He went on to explain that his ideal customers were businessmen and tech guys that are really well-respected and well-off (financially), but are completely useless at clubs.
The work was steady and things looked great on the surface.I was pretty serious in to dance - more specifically breakdancing.I had good friends that were freelancing as dance teacher.After a few e-mail back and forth, I realized he was pretty much the ideal first client.He worked a lot and was super well respected in his field, but because of his profession, he never really learned how to "let loose" at these social events.
Steady work is great, but again, I want to build something of my own.