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Freelance Creative Exchange


May 16, 2020

Unforeseen circumstances, such as a pandemic, can threaten a freelancer’s livelihood.



This week, we speak to Sean who is a creative like us who happens to be interested in finance. He shares with us the basics of investing and why is it important for a freelancer to diversity their comes.

Sean Li-wen Cheong has multiple income streams as a freelance  Director, Scriptwriter, and Producer for Television shows as well as corporate videos and commercials for more than 13 years. He runs a stock market and economy blog called THE AMATEUR TRADER.

Facebook: @TheAmateurTrader:
Twitter: @slwcheong

This content references a personal opinion and is for informational purposes  only. Please do your due diligence and seek a duly licensed professional for investment advice. 


The Season 3 episodes for Freelance Creative Exchange are recorded on the following Audio-Technica microphones.
AT5040: https://www.audio-technica.com/cms/wired_mics/ebf915ca0e65db10/index.html
AT4041: https://www.audio-technica.com/cms/wired_mics/b43bffe4d4295274/index.html

- THE FREELANCE CREATIVE EXCHANGE - 
The Freelance Creative Exchange is our first ever podcast about freelancing by freelancers. 

Hosted by CreativesAtWork co-founders Fanny and Jayce, you will find candid conversations with the creative professionals about freelancing and the gig economy in Singapore & beyond. 

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PS: This was filmed before the social distancing measures were implemented.