The corporate world has changed more in the past two years than in the past twenty years. It took a pandemic to make people realize that you don't need to travel for work two hours a day to sit in front of a computer that is connected to the internet anyway.
It is no longer possible to attract people to work at a full-time job in a corporate office because people have realized that the idea of a "safe and secure" job is just a dream that can collapse at any time. There is no need to work at a specific location in a specific city because we all live in the global village called the internet.
If you have expertise on a specific skill, you can remotely work for the best companies in the world at command earnings that compete with anyone in the world with the same skill. And the best part is that you can work on a contract basis.
So what is preventing people from becoming freelancers and quit their day job (if they are fortunate to have one)? The lack of a personal brand.
The full-time corporate world operates on slightly different rules where you can jump from one company to another based on your personal network and influence. But in the freelance world, having a personal network is not enough, you need a personal brand.
Building a personal brand doesn't mean becoming popular. A personal brand is built when you add value to people's lives through your content, sometimes without charging anything for it.
If you want to build a strong personal brand as an influencer, you need to start with blogging. Write a few articles a month about what you learn, what you know and what you have experienced. Writing is the best way to let the world know that you exist.