I don't know coding or photoshop or cannot write but freelancing requires creativeness. Maybe some of you found creative ways to earn some from it. I'm open new ideas :) (also I'm good at typing and fast)
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I have resisted sarcastic answers, and lots came to mind. But here is some genuine advice because I feel everyone who can should freelance. It is simply a better way of life, which it appears you desire to try.
On a piece of paper, write down everything you CAN do (this list may not be very long).
Get a few local newspapers and write down all the advertisers, and what they do.
Find out what problems they have? You can imagine it, guess at it from the ads (especially the job ads), or call one or two up and tell them you are trying to think up a job small local companies might want you to do and do they have any ideas. You would be amazed, if you have a good attitude and are friendly, open and honest, what people will tell you. (This is along the lines of the classic 'Ask A Fool' approach to creativity). Talk to your family and friends, parents of freinds, neighbours, your local shop keeper, outline your thoughts briefly and get them to make a suggestion. Again, just because someone is a shopkeeper does not mean they do not have some great ideas.
Identify what you can do to help these people to solve their problems. Think up a service, put a price to it, then get on the phone or knocking on doors.
Suppose you decide you can cut grass and have access to a lawn mower. Or can deliver leaflets and have a bag. Get out and find someone to pay you to do that. Tell them 'first job is free then it is just x.xx per hour'.
For cutting grass, walk around to find a hotel or a warehouse with overgrown or scruffy external land. Pop in 'Hi, want me to tidy up the front of your factory, can do it tomorrow for just £x, and it will make your visitors think better of you, and make your company look much more attractive.' type of thing.
Now you are a freelancer. Perhaps in five years time you will employ 20 people looking after the maintenance of every business in your local area, perhaps you will have franchised the business, and cover multiple territories, perhaps even delivering landscaping, or building maintenance with teams of electricians, plumbers, cleaners, painters and builders. Who knows where it will lead?
Perhaps one day you will be telling a magazine journalist about how you started out, with a single lawnmower and some initiative, whilst describing how you built your multi million pound empire......
We can all dream, but only a few are brave enough to actually get out there and attempt to make their dreams come true. Go for it. You only live once...
Freelancing jobs without knowledge?
Politics or Prostitution... the latter can be dangerous, the former allows you to achieve a similar service but reach a wider audience and without the risks of an STD or NDE. Both don't look too well on the CV/resume.
Best of luck!