In this episode of The Freelance Fix, I discuss the difference between freelancing and entrepreneurship, and explain why everyone has the potential to be a successful freelancer.
Here's why, in 2018 and beyond, only portraying yourself with words on a piece of paper or in a PDF won’t get the job done (no pun intended).
Here's the deal-breaking difference between selling the "end" (what your services represent to potential clients) and the "means" (your services in and of themselves):
This common mistake may seem trivial, but it all too often screws up an otherwise great email:
Josh Hoffman of Epic Freelancing talks about the importance of starting and ending each day doing one thing for yourself.
A winning freelance proposal gets potential clients engaged and excited about working with you, so that you can attract the clients, charge the prices and provide the services you desire.
Here’s how I create proposals that fit this definition:
LinkedIn ProFinder is a premium service that connects businesses with local freelancers. Here's how to avoid the membership fee and stand out among the other competing freelancers on this platform.
Josh Hoffman of Epic Freelancing talks about the importance of investing time and energy in potential clients before they hire you, so that you can attract the kinds of clients you want to work with, and charge the kind of money you want.