Oct 12, 2019
Is it true that creatives are bad with money? What does it take to sustain a creative life financially? How much should freelancers invest in passive income?
In this episode Hariz and Ryan discuss the creative hustle and how freelancers can learn to manage their finances better by having the right mindset and attitude towards earning, saving, and investing their income.
Ryan Ong has been a freelance writer for over 15 years and achieved super freelancer status. Currently he is working as a a editor at 99 co and helps his clients to devise content strategy to drive conversion and lead generation.
Hariz Maloy tells people he was born in KKH, but many believe his mom gave birth to him literally on a stage, because he's been there for as long as he can remember.
He's had his voice on almost any platform available; Musical theatre, Film, Radio, Emceeing events, even performing original music on the stages of the Esplanade.
However in the last few years, Hariz has transitioned to pursue his business interests in digital marketing, copywriting, and now finance. He manages the personal wealth of individuals and tours across South East Asia, promoting seminars and books to other financial advisors on financial advisory.
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