I just wrapped up an animated video this past week.
It required great effort on my part and dealing with a large company is quite the task itself.
Which is why I haven’t been as active as I’d like on the forum.
But now the video has been delivered, the order has been completed and I just wanted to take a second to allow myself to feel proud for something I’ve made, before rushing off to write the next Statement of Work document for my upcoming projects.
I’m not that active on social media, so I thought this community right here is the perfect place to share what I’ve made.
I’m very pleased with how it turned out, but the thing I am most proud of is how a company like Microsoft is a returning client of mine.
This is the 4th time they hired me to produce a series of explainers for them and even though they don’t reach out often, they do contact me whenever they need a new video made.
OK so my introverted self is going to implode as he considers all of the above as bragging, which is not what this post is about.
I just wanted to share my story, because I see more and more people on the forum that are conditioned to believe that Fiverr is not the place to make a lot of money, charge high prices or serve high-end clientele.
If someone told me back when I started, that my time and skillset would someday be worth 5 figures, and that I would work with teams from Microsoft, Apple and Burlington to name a few, I would probably dismiss them and carry on with the 10th revision request on a $5 order.
But as I am growing along with Fiverr, I keep finding out that the ceiling is much higher than what my limiting beliefs will have me think.
So this is me, celebrating a cool little video I made, for a company that I admired as a kid.
I’m not going to say: “If I can do it, so can you!” because that would mean I am dismissing a lot of things that contributed to my journey thus far. (luck, privilege, timing, skills, and so on…)
But I am going to say this:
Maybe great things can happen to you on Fiverr in the future, even though it may seem impossible or too hard right now.