I Wrote a Book About Freelance Writing-EP072

Hello again!  Welcome to this episode of the Advanced Freelancing Podcast.  Today I’m deviating a little bit from my “traditional” podcast episodes to discuss some information about my book!  If you haven’t heard, my first book published with Entrepreneur Press officially came out on July 16th, 2019.

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Toxic Freelance Clients: You Can’t Afford to Keep Them-EP071

Today I’m talking about one of the topics that I am most passionate about…toxic clients.  Why am I so passionate about this topic? This really matters because not only have I worked with toxic clients personally, but I have also privately coached other freelancers who have dealt with toxic clients. That become a key component of what we work on together.  I have helped them to even identify the underlying patterns that can cause you to end up with toxic clients again and again.

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Do Freelancers Need a Resume?

If you’ve come from the traditional employment world, there’s a good chance that you have a resume. For years I didn’t use a resume at all, so the one that I had was completely outdated.

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Should Freelancers Work with Startups?-EP070

Welcome to the 3rd episode in the reboot of this podcast.  The focus of this podcast is now Advanced Freelancing.  If you haven’t gotten caught up on this change then jump back two episodes and find out why I rebranded this podcast and what you can expect from it.

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Five Things I Wish I’d Known When I Started Freelancing-EP069

I’m now seven years into my freelance journey, and the last six of those have been as a full-time freelancer. I’ve been through the beginning stages, the ups, the downs, the struggles, and the successes.

In this episode, I’m reflecting back on what it was like when I was just starting my business and what I’ve learned since then.

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How Many Freelance Clients Should You Work with at a Time?

Summer is an amazing time to recalibrate your business and decide you want it to look like going forward in the fall. It tends to be one of the quieter times of the year and it’s a great opportunity to reflect back on what you’ve already accomplished and look ahead to what you hope to achieve in the coming months.

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