One of the biggest mysteries of running your own business is bookkeeping. What does correct bookkeeping even look like? There’s a massive learning curve that comes with bookkeeping, and many freelancers have to tackle it on their own when they start their business. If your books just aren’t as great as they could be, this episode of Freelance Transformation is for you!
Tune in to the Freelance Transformation Podcast
Where Successful Freelancers and Agency Owners Share the Details of How their Business Works
Trying to start or grow a sustainable freelancing business? Want a podcast where guests aren't permitted to omit the secret sauce?
Past guests have shared:
- Exactly how they find clients.
- How they price their services.
- How their entire business model operates.
What does trying to start a successful freelance business actually look like? Josh Doody shares his winding path, his mistaken assumptions, and his ultimate success as a freelance coach and author.
How can you deal with, or better yet prevent, the stress and anxiety that can come from trying to build your own freelance business? Charlie Hoehn shares how he developed, battled with, and for the most part, overcame paralyzing anxiety associated with work.
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.
Is it possible to win clients without having to pitch them and feel like you're a salesperson? Blair Enns shares how to use a diagnostic approach to sales that will win clients and build great relationships.
How can you kick start your freelancing business through networking and referrals? Paige Wilhide shares how to network, from your first networking event to follow up to referral partnerships.
How do you find and hire a great assistant? Tim Francis of GreatAssistant.com and Profit Factory shares how an assistant can save you time which you can use to make money and grow your business.
Content marketing can be a very effective way to reach clients at scale. But how do you approach creating this content, and do so efficiently? Austin Church shares his pro tips on how to efficiently write, produce, and promote content for your business.
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.
How can you use content marketing to attract clients even before you have a big following? Andy Crestodina shares how his agency used education to teach his way into landing client work.