How do you go from a freelancer starting out by accident to ultimately being an agency owner? Eric Covino shares his story and gives advice on how to create a modern small to medium sized agency using contractors.
Manage Your Team
How do you organize and manage a team of virtual freelancers? Alma Abreu shares how she built a content marketing team which self-organizes and gives her the lifestyle she wants.
Do you have clients who never pay their invoices on time? Julie Elster shares how you can get paid on time, every time by following her tips on communication and insisting on being paid upfront.
Anders shares how his first attempts at running a consultancy lead to stress, overwhelm, and bankruptcy. But Anders learned from his mistakes, and his company now operates on a time management system devised by him, Time Block.
Have you been considering extending your team beyond just yourself?
In this somewhat unusual episode (you'll see why) I have a casual Sunday morning chat with good friend and fellow podcaster Kornel Szrejber on our experiences with hiring people locally and virtually, and ways to go about it.
Brian Casel built Restaurant Engine, a website creation business. Then he removed himself from it, taking it to the point that the business required only a handful of hours a week of his own time.
Learn how he did it, and how he's doing it again with Audience Ops.
Joining me today is Jason Hanley, a long-time friend and the real deal when it comes to living the remote work lifestyle.
Jason has operated his several employee software consultancy while living all over the world, including British Columbia (Canada), Texas (USA), France, New Zealand, and his current home, the Carribean island nation of Saints Kitts and Nevis. In this episode Jason shares how he made this possible.