image for post - FT 131: Quitting Corporate and Going Freelance with Hannah Lowe Corman

FT 131: Quitting Corporate and Going Freelance with Hannah Lowe Corman

Hannah Lowe Corman left her cushy corporate job as an investment banker to become the artist she always wanted to be. Today, she creates beautifully tranquil paintings to de-stress her corporate peers. Hannah paints a picture of what it’s like to start a creative freelance business from scratch. Not only does she have tips for things like pricing, budget, and marketing, she also shares exactly what it feels like to leave the comfort of a corporate job to take on the unpredictable exhilaration of freelancing.

image for post - FT 129: Get Things Done Even When You Don't Want To with Chris Cooper

FT 129: Get Things Done Even When You Don't Want To with Chris Cooper

Being a freelancer and running your own business sounds pretty glamorous. There’s no boss, no schedule, and you have the freedom to do things the way you like to do them. But with no manager breathing down your neck, you don’t always have the motivation to get things done. Reality starts to sink in, and you suddenly realize that you’re responsible for the things you don’t really want to do. If you’re a freelancer who finds it hard to stay motivated and finish all those tasks you don’t really want to, tune in now! Today’s episode of Freelance Transformation is all about getting things done even when we don’t feel like it.

image for post - FT 125: Let Consulting Firms be Your Sales Team with Jonathan Dison

FT 125: Let Consulting Firms be Your Sales Team with Jonathan Dison

How can you be a consultant for big companies on a longer-term basis? And even have other consultancies help find the work for you? Jonathan Dison, of Bench Watch, shares how you can break into the consulting market and start getting paid more to work on long-term projects.

image for post - FT 120: Find Clients Willing to Pay Thousands per Month for Your Services with Adrienne Richardson

FT 120: Find Clients Willing to Pay Thousands per Month for Your Services with Adrienne Richardson

Why would clients be willing to pay thousands and thousands per month for Facebook ads management? Or any other service? Adrienne Richardson shares how she came to charge $5,000 per month plus 10% of the Facebook ad spend in her digital marketing agency.