It’s always a good time when we get a chance to work with the Honolulu fam! This capsule evokes a confident simplicity with familiar quips and tailored pieces to keep you on top of the game. Here’s a quick look at some of the heat coming your way. “Worldwide Riders”A custom cut-and-sew long sleeve shirt for men and women, with adjustable velcro cuffs for your best fit each and every time. This subtle black-on-black print allows the design to speak volumes. The racing checkerboard print running down the sleeves is a nod to our custom auto roots, with a spot of safety-green reflective material on the cuff to signify the heart and hard work that goes into every project that a Freelancer embarks on. “Drive Slow Homie”A standard tee is always what’s up. This is a simple message to remind us to take it easy in this fast-paced world. The race to the top is real. But random moments with your friends and loved ones are worth the time to slow down the pace and drink in the memories, like a chill cruise down the boulevard. Drive slow homie. “The Quest”This elongated windbreaker has a light gray on white custom […]
The world around us definitely has the power to shape our views, our personality, our tastes and mentality, but the power to ultimately decide who we are and what we believe and how far we’ll go in life lies within our own mind, self and determination.
The Web is a representation of the struggles, opposition and circumstances that weave its ways into our lives to trap us. But this design is made to remind you, that in every struggle will be an opportunity to soar, to rise above and to conquer. Whatever is meant to break you will build you instead. Be sure to keep your head up and your style on fleek while you’re climbing up the ladder so no one mistakes your hustle. 1. Freelance, The Web – $24.00 2. Cartier, Calibre De Cartier Diver Watch – $8.550.00 3. New Era, Raiders Hat – $29.99 4. ROIAL, White Bandana Socks – $15.00 5. aandlengraving (Etsy), Personalized Ace of Spades Money Clip – $15.99 6. Nike, Jordan 4 Patent Leather – price varies
Everyone has a dream. And there is a time for every dreamer to make those ideas a reality. Freelance began as a dream several years in the making until one day we decided it was time to go all in and give it all we had. It hasn’t been an easy road, but it’s been one without regret. 7 Most Important Things Every Entrepreneur Should Know: Advice from Pat Sajak Here are some tips we should always be reminded of as entrepreneurs… courtesy of Pat Sajak: 1. Do what you’re afraid of Nothing paralyzes the entrepreneurial mindset like fear. Taking action is always a stronger option than inaction. Think about the task you haven’t completed out of fear and conquer it. 2. You never know when you’re going to get the best advice of your life Never stop listening and listen to everybody. You may not pay your employees to think of great ideas for the company but they probably have a few great ones. Sit down with them. Get to know them. The rewards will be great. 3. Don’t lose sight of your dreams by dwelling on everything that could go wrong Starting a business takes a huge investment […]
Going after your dream is hard enough without having people whispering doubts behind your back and speaking negativity towards your goals… but overcoming these voices and learning how to rely on your own inner strength and self confidence is key to paving your path to success. Keep your eyes on the prize. Here are some keys to success to motivate you this morning, from the article 20 Habits for Success I Learned Working for Two Billionaires: 1. Surround yourself with “better” people. Keep people around you who will help make you better, hold you accountable to your goals and encourage you when times get tough. “Jim Rohn had it right, “You are the average of the 5 people you spend the most time with.”” 2. Take responsibility for your losses. No one does everything perfectly. When things don’t go as you planned, when setbacks happen… own up to it and do better. Never give up. 3. Take enormous risks. No risk, no reward. Successful people feel that the reward is worth more than the fear of taking the risk. 4. Grow thick, armor plated skin. First Lady Michelle Obama said it best: “never let what somebody else says distract you […]