Temple Grandin is one of the most well-known autistic individuals advocating successful, meaningful work for autistic individuals.
AutismHR was created in part for creative autistic individuals to provide education toward meaningful income from their artistic skills in the Gig Economy.
In this article Grandin provides some advice for creative individuals on the spectrum.
Project SEARCH helps autistic young adults gain exposure to various work environments while learning valuable skills to aid them in landing more permanent work after graduation.
I wanted to share this podcast, from Nick Loper of Side Hustle Nation, because he interviews Fiverr freelancer, Kendell Rizzo, who has made over $100,000 in profit in 18 months selling services, workbooks, and other downloadable products on Fiverr.
In the interview, Kendell provides some really practical advice for anyone who does use, or is looking to use, Fiverr to sell creative services. The advice can be applied systematically to increase your Fiverr revenue over time and continue to build a solid portfolio of great work.
I encourage you to take a listen, take notes and learn what kind of success is possible with Fiverr's Gig Economy platform.
Posted by Nick Venturella