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The 6-Figure Freelancer Podcast was created for the dream-chasers out there who are ready to break out of their 9-5 box and design the life they truly want to live. I wanted to create a place where I could share what I'm learning as a 6-figure+ freelancer in real time. Each week, my guests and I will cover all things freelancing, clients, money, mindset, entrepreneurship, marketing and more. My goal is to give you the tools you need to work less, add massive value to great clients, make a wh ...
 
If you're a freelancer, then you're not just an expert in your field. You're also a business owner, responsible for everything from bookkeeping to marketing to customer satisfaction to business development. On the Business of Freelancing, our panel of experienced freelancers discuss the issues that they have encountered while building up their business — and give you practical, actionable advice to take your career to the next level. We also invite expert guests to provide their opinions and ...
 
Welcome to the Digital Nomad Cafe Podcast. In this show I talk with guests about online business, entrepreneurship, freelancing & remote work with those who live a breath the digital nomad lifestyle in all its forms. My goal is to share inspiring stories and practical advice on how to build and manage a location independent business, be that a freelance business a global eCommerce store or a large website. This show is for you if you are running or interested in starting an online business, ...
 
Be financially free. Enjoy more time with your loved ones. Turn your dreams into reality. All in the comfort of your home! Learn from success stories and best practices on freelancing, entrepreneurship, parenting…and everything else in between. Filipina Homebased Moms (FHMoms) brings together mothers who learn-and-earn from home, and bridges them with biz owners worldwide who work with world-class go-getters and freelancers. Visit FHMoms.com to find out how FHMoms is changing lives, one Mom ...
 
Lifting the lid on freelance life. Experienced freelance journalists Lily Canter and Emma Wilkinson guide you through everything you need to know about working for yourself. From where to get work, to how to get paid and everything in between. Each episode features two guests who have made freelancing a success. From film reviewers, to travel writers to bitcoin experts and current affairs broadcasters. Packed with trade secrets, top tips and amusing anecdotes this is an unmissable How To gui ...
 
Freelancer Foundations is a podcast for freelancers, creatives, and consultants. Learn smart strategies and tactics to help you find clients, get paid and double your business. Hosts Brit Becher and Maggie Patterson share proven practices - the same tactics they use and have taught to hundreds of clients. Best of all, everything is in a bite-sized format so you can put it into action quickly in your small business where you work with clients.
 
Founders Nextdoor features stories of local entrepreneurs in DC who created successful businesses that make a positive difference in their community. FN’s founder interviews provide inspirations, resources, and practical tips for entrepreneurs and biz owners on how to build a great local business while making an impact.
 
Smarter Freelancing is the show that teaches you how to earn more in less time ... doing work you love ... for better clients. It doesn't matter if you're just now thinking about going out on your own, if you've been freelancing for a long while, or if you're somewhere in the middle. This podcast will help you create a freelance business that gives you the time and financial freedom to live your purpose.In this engaging, nuts-and-bolts show, Ed Gandia, co-author of the bestselling book The W ...
 
Starving Artist is a podcast about art, money, and how to combine those things. If you’re a creative who’s ever wondered “how the hell do I make this work?!” then this podcast is for you. The show is basically an excuse for host and honesty enthusiast Honor Eastly to ask successful artists really nosy questions about their financial situation, and record the conversation. This is a no-holds-barred exploration of the reality behind the Starving Artist myth, and season one features 12 intervie ...
 
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Episode SummaryOur panel chats about what building expertise and becoming an expert looks like as a freelancer or indie consultant and some steps you can take to better build and demonstrate your expertise.Panelists Kai Davis Meg Cumby Reuven Lerner Jeremy Green Panel PicksEach episode, the panel (and guest) share their picks: a book, app, service,…
 
Hello and welcome back. If this is your first time joining then, welcome. This podcast is for digital entrepreneurs carving out their slice of the online economy. To download my free guide on starting a business online, head over to digitalnomadcafe.com/start Today's guest is Matt Clark, the co-creator of The Rainmaker System. Matt helps coaches, c…
 
Are your finances captured, organized, and planned out for the future? Whether you are a beginner or advanced freelancer, finances are typically the biggest pain point in your business. In this episode, my guest Meagan Hernandez shares her top five business finance tips for business owners. She shares how to get on top of your finances and why sett…
 
Affirmations can change your life. I truly believe that. Throughout this episode, I talk about why they work and why you should use them as well as the changes they make to your brain chemistry. While affirmations can be a powerful tool in your toolbox, it’s important to be consistent and intentional with them in order to leverage their full power.…
 
Episode SummaryWe chat with Annie Duke about her new book How to Decide: Simple Tools for Making Better Choices, in which she teaches how you can improve your decision making process to ****feel more confident, second-guess yourself less, and ultimately be more decisive and be more productive.GuestThis episode, we talk with Annie Duke. Annie is a f…
 
Today I’m launching the first of my new mini-episodes series. These short episodes are a way to bring you consistent episodes that touch on whatever was on my mind at the time. Let’s kick it off by talking about something I’ve been struggling with lately: feeling worthy of my desires. For context, I’ve been shopping for a house with my husband and …
 
Episode SummaryToday our panel chats about proposals — including tips, techniques and tactics we've seen that makes the difference as you grow from freelancer to indie consultant and beyond.Links Mentioned Value Based Fees by Alan Weiss Hemingway Editor Full Proposal Guide by Margaret Reffell available on the BOF mailing list Panelists Marg Reffell…
 
Do you know your worth? Laura and Ashley discuss why mindset is the most important tool to scale your business. Ashley shares “My worth doesn’t come from the hours that I put towards tasks. My worth and I should be compensated based on the value that I provide as a business owner and a strategist.” In this episode, you will learn how to combat impo…
 
We’ve spent some time talking about taking your quantum leap in your life and business. But how do you get yourself ready to do that? To set the stage for success, let’s talk about how to prepare for your quantum leap in life and in business. If you’re unfamiliar with the quantum leap, it’s essentially a shift in mindset that allows you to operate …
 
We're chatting all forms of client communication / account management this week, how to get better at it and make it less awkward — even enjoyable — for everyone involved.Links Mentioned Reply All Episode - Email Debt Forgiveness Day Panelists Margaret Reffell Kai Davis Reuven Lerner Panel PicksEach episode, the panel (and guest) share their picks:…
 
Hello and welcome back. If this is your first time joining then, welcome. This podcast is for digital entrepreneurs carving out their slice of the online economy. To download my free guide on starting a business online, head over to digitalnomadcafe.com/start Today's guest is Erica Duran is a podcaster, coach, online entrepreneur, and the founder o…
 
Are potential clients excited to work with you after presenting them your offer? In this episode you’ll learn how to create an offer that your client cannot refuse, make it a win for you and a win for the client, and increase your ability to charge a little bit more for your package. You’ll hear examples of irresistible offers and learn how to use …
 
Today, I talk with the amazing Amanda Rabideau. Amanda runs Arch Collective out of San Francisco and is a fractional CMO. She has an amazing team of freelancers that she works with at Arch Collective and brings the best talent to her marketing clients. We talk about how she runs her business and how she brings massive value to the clients and the s…
 
Be financially free. Enjoy more time with your loved ones. Turn your dreams into reality. All in the comfort of your home! Learn from success stories and best practices on freelancing, entrepreneurship, parenting…and everything else in between. Filipina Homebased Moms (FHMoms) brings together mothers who learn-and-earn from home and bridges them wi…
 
If this is your first time tuning in welcome, this is the Digital Nomad Cafe Podcast. Today's guest is Bill Clarke from http://www.bill-clarke.com/go. Bill helps fitness coaches to get more leads primarily by using Facebook ads and Google ads. In this episode, we dig into how he got started as a freelancer, we talk about the mindset challenges that…
 
Carley Zuercher is the owner of Two Can Co. and CZ Invitations and today she joins us for part one of our conversation on business strategy, mindset, and gratitude. Be sure to check out part two of our discussion on her podcast, Tipsy Business.Carley’s business and mindset have shifted a bit since she was last on the show, so I wanted to bring her …
 
Are you a solopreneur ready to grow your team? Outsourcing some of the backend tasks of your business to an assistant or strategic partner will allow you to flow in your zone of genius and take your business to the next level. But who should you hire first? In this episode of the Advanced Freelancing Podcast, my guest Katelyn Hamilton shares the di…
 
Promoting yourself as a freelancer can be a little intimidating. The last thing you want is for people to think that you’re pushy or you're obsessed with money. In this episode, we’re talking about how I got into the right mindset to promote myself, and tips that you can use to promote yourself, too. You’ll get the results you’re looking for withou…
 
Onboarding new clientsEpisode SummaryOur panel dives into client onboarding — what it means, how we've approached it in our businesses, and how you can customize and improve your onboarding over time.Panelists Kai Davis Meg Cumby Erik Dietrich Panel PicksEach episode, the panel (and guest) share their picks: a book, app, service, resource, or somet…
 
Do you get nervous about sales calls? I did too as a new freelancer, but now I love them! In this episode, you will learn how to show up to these confidently and effectively. The more you can master sales calls and look forward to them, the better you're going to be in your business overall, because this is where deals are closed. Here are my top f…
 
Sometimes getting new clients or getting rid of existing ones can be a hassle. Over the years, I’ve worked on perfecting the best way to onboard and offboard clients. I'm excited to share a few of my tips and tricks on how I do this in a way that feels easy and effortless and gives the client a feeling like they're being taken care of.Here are some…
 
This week we talk about the nagging feeling that freelance journalists get when they doubt their accomplishments or talents and fear being exposed as a fraud. We speak to award-winning journalist Donna Ferguson and entertainment specialist Nick McGrath about acknowledging your achievements, dealing with rejection and putting negative thoughts into …
 
Episode Summary We talk with Dave Hulsen about the wild world of responding to Requests for Proposals (RFPs) and why you may (or may not) want to consider diving into it. Links https://rfp360.com/resources/ https://twitter.com/rfp360 Professor Mark Wolters: https://www.youtube.com/c/ProfessorWolters/featured Guest This episode, we talk with Dave Hu…
 
Hello, welcome back! If this is your first time tuning in and welcome. This is the digital nomad cafe Podcast, where we talk about online business freelancing and remote work with the idea that you can grab your own slice of the online digital economy. In this episode, I'm speaking with Christina Voll from www.christinavoll.com, she's worked as a f…
 
Have you developed a toxic working relationship with yourself? In this episode, I discuss the power of rest and share the importance of time off, both scheduled and unscheduled, where you're able to just decompress from your business. You’ll learn how taking time off allows you to feel rejuvenated and recharged and show up as strong as possible for…
 
Non-negotiables are the basics and foundation of your business. These items are the must-do items that are recurring on a daily basis. Of course, these items vary and differ from person to person, depending on their priorities, and goals - but they should be the cornerstone of how you operate your business and life. Today, I’m sharing my list of no…
 
In this episode we discuss the challenges of working as a freelance journalist whilst living with a disability. We talk candidly to freelance writer Lydia Wilkins, who is on the autistic spectrum, and sports broadcaster Gemma Stevenson, who was diagnosed with dystonia following a car accident. Our guests talk passionately about tackling prejudice, …
 
Episode SummaryOur panel discusses signs that client isn't worth taking on and how you can guard against bad fit clients, saving yourself time and headaches in the process.Panelists Reuven Lerner Margaret Reffell Jeremy Green Erik Dietrich Panel PicksEach episode, the panel (and guest) share their picks: a book, app, service, resource, or something…
 
Are you sending tons and tons of pitches, but converting no clients? I see this so often, and today I am sharing the things that you need to keep in mind when you are talking to clients. You’ll learn why the phone call with a client is a crucial pinch point in your ability to be successful, and when to listen or lead the call. I will teach you how …
 
Amira Alvarez is the CEO and Founder of The Unstoppable Woman, a global coaching company helping thousands of driven individuals achieve their financial breakthrough, live their best lives, and become the unstoppable individuals they know themselves to be. Amira grew up believing that if she worked hard she would reach her goals. However, she soon …
 
In this episode we discuss fighting for fair pay as a freelancer and how to build confidence in order to effectively challenge commissioning editors. We speak to freelance advocate Anna Codrea-Rado who launched the #FairPayForFreelancers campaign last year and award-winning journalist Chris Wheal who took the Guardian to the small claims court. The…
 
Episode SummaryWe're going to talk about our experiences with burnout, what are the non-so-obvious signs of burnout, what's worked for us to buffer against it and how we make sure we're taking care of ourselves.Panelists Jeremy Green Margaret Reffell Kai Davis Erik Dietrich Reuven Lerner Panel PicksEach episode, the panel (and guest) share their pi…
 
Don't underestimate the power of your work samples, and you'll learn why in this episode and how you need to be concerned with your work samples and the way that you send them to clients. I share examples of mistakes that many beginner freelancers make, including sending irrelevant work samples. I will also explain why I feel it is a waste of time …
 
Zach Fragapane is the founder and head of product at Jolly, an online network for professional workers and freelancers. His 13-year freelancing career has been both a side hustle and his main career, so he has wide-ranging experiences we can learn from. For Zach (who has worked as a freelancer for most of his life) it was easy to pinpoint where hel…
 
In this episode we discuss how to work internationally as a freelance journalist. We talk about working in the UK for overseas publications and moving abroad to freelance. Investigative journalist Jessica Bateman tells us about living and working in Greece and Germany, whilst financial expert Pete Carvill explains how he ended up living in Berlin w…
 
Our panel talks with Baz Baruah about Profit First — a cash-management system for your business designed by author and entrepreneur Mike Michalowicz. We discuss using the methodology of Profit First to build a reliable business, being a freelancer versus a business owner, and Baz's journey to becoming a Profit First coach. Links https://clientrobot…
 
Are you losing clients? Do you have clients decreasing the packages and projects you are working on? Especially during the pandemic, you have to be adaptable and ready to pivot. Being proactive and communicating with your clients and knowing what is most important to your client right now can prevent them from pulling the plug. In this episode, you…
 
We don’t know what the future holds, but you can be more than just a passenger in your life. What if you could be the person you see yourself as in the future? Becoming that person means closing the gap between the present you and the future you. But how do we do that? In this episode, we’ll discuss a few simple steps to help you close the gap and …
 
In this episode we discuss how to look after your mental health and well being whilst working as a freelance journalist. We talk candidly to Jenny Stallard of newsletter and podcast Freelance Feels and gaming journalist Jake Tucker. Jenny opens up about working through periods of low self-esteem and Jake talks us through his struggles with Asperger…
 
Episode SummaryOur panel discusses the value of mastermind groups, how to find one, and the black magic it takes to do it well in our experience. Panelists Kai Davis Jeremy Green Meg Cumby Panel PicksEach episode, the panel (and guest) share their picks: a book, app, service, resource, or something else that they're enjoying and recommend you check…
 
Hello and welcome, today's podcast guest is Jonathan Denwood from WP-tonic.com who is based out in Nevada in the United States. He has a lot of experience in helping people to automate and systematise their online businesses by using WordPress. He's a huge advocate for using WordPress as a platform for all that it's capable of versus using some of …
 
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