Why You Should Work For Free

Photo credit: Steve Wilson via Creative Commons

Photo credit: Steve Wilson via Creative Commons

How would you like to build your network so dramatically over the course of the next year that you become friends with some of the world’s most successful authors and entrepreneurs? That’s what Charlie Hoehn, who started out as an unemployed 20-something, figured out how to do when he graduated into the recession of 2008. His counterintuitive secret? Working for free – which led him to countless job offers, freelance work, new friendships, and writing his own books, including Play It Away: A Workaholic’s Cure for Anxiety.

[Read more at Forbes]