Bryant Greenling, founder of LegalRideshare.com, joins us this week to talk about the ways we can protect ourselves and our businesses as independent contractors. LegalRideshare was the first law firm to work exclusively with rideshare and gig economy contractors. LegalRideshare specializes in injury and accident claims for independent contractors. They also have partnered with Kover.AI […]
I think it’s impossible to tell you how Californians should vote on Prop 22 as a contractor for gig economy apps like Grubhub, Doordash, Postmates, Uber Eats, Lyft and others. I won’t try to tell you which way to vote. There’s a lot of misinformation and distortion out there. I think there’s some flat out […]
I just saw someone post on a forum somewhere that his blood pressure dropped significantly after leaving a toxic job situation. Have you ever had a situation where you hated your job so much that the stress levels were through the roof? I’ve been there. I pray I never have to go back. Life is […]
In a time where working multiple delivery platforms is a thing, can I make enough money if I choose delivering only for Doordash? When does it make sense to go with multiple options? When does it make sense to choose just one? Can I make enough delivering only for Doordash? There is no universal answer […]
Must Reads about the EntreCourier
You decided to give the gig economy a try. Maybe you signed on with Ubereats, or Grubhub, or Doordash, or one of the many other companies that use independent contractors to deliver food or goods for various restaurants and stores. Gig economy apps offer big promises. But it doesn’t take long to find people on […]
There’s this guy. Maybe you know him. His name is Abo. There’s probably a lot of ways to pronounce that but he really doesn’t care. It’s his story that’s important. Abo makes money in the on demand delivery world, for places like Grubhub, Postmates, UberEAts, Doordash. Amazon Flex. Shipt, etc.
It started with a rude awakening. I thought I’d give this delivery gig a try. I didn’t want people puking in my car, and my BS meter was going off in a big way when I saw promises of “as much as” $25 per hour. But, I’d made good tips doing pizza deliveries way back […]