safety belt for freelancing means that quality of your network’s work will be low.
yes, a business start with matching people and networking, but in the end is as good as the work it delivers.
i see you put a lot of value on the nomad part of this thing.
maybe it’s a need of yours you are trying to fulfill and not a market’s need?
if i am freelancing and i want to move to another place (city or country)… i will still search my own clients and also keep some of the today ones.
i said it before, but a freelancer without own clients is an employee.
you are a freelancer mainly because you are “built” that way and switching to employee is not an easy thing.
in my opinion, your network is suitable for wannabe freelancers, not for skilled and hard-working ones.