Leapers supports the mental health of freelancers with community and free resources. They are open to worldwide freelancers seeking to balance their professional lives with personal wellbeing.
They built an inclusive non-judgmental community, where you can go in search of peer support and new online adventures. It runs on Slack, where you can find coworking spaces, channels to ask anything you want, and places with daily inspiration.
The group is completely free to join, and if you're looking to grow in your freelance career, it definitely deserves a chance to try.
Access the Slack community to connect with freelancers from all over the world, and leverage the channels to share your struggles and feel accompanied at work.
In addition, you will find opportunities to refine your marketing strategy to gain more clients. Use the available spaces to chat and discover how other freelancers are facing client acquisition.
Connect with freelancers from all over the world:
The Leapers community is a place where you can cowork, learn, and exchange perspectives with fellow professionals. With plenty of channels to share your struggles, celebrate your wins, and meet new people, it's a great space to improve your skills and take care of your mental health.
They are a community that understands how hard is to work in isolation, many times without leaving home. That's why they built this Slack group for freelancers: to support each other, build networks with like-minded people, and to provide spaces to meditate on our most challenging roadblocks. Leverage these challenges to find daily motivation and work together in a supportive tribe of independent workers.
Learn with resources:
The Leapers community has created a useful library of resources based on the most common members' questions. The hub offers unique material created to help you overcome challenges such as working in lockdown, handling imposter syndrome, and even facing obstacles such as late payments.
The community runs in Slack, where there are several channels for co-working, sharing your wins, asking your specific questions, and finding daily inspiration.
Besides, there are places for just chatting and a #dailyjournal channel to share your progress. This particular channel is a great opportunity for staying accountable and meditating on your achievements. The community is very supportive and willing to help you regardless of the challenges you are facing.
Based on the most frequent members' questions, the team has created a resources center full of useful material designed to help you balance your mental health at work.
From advice for working on the lockdown to imposter syndrome, they cover they are here to help you overcome any obstacle that might occur in the development of your career.