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10 interviews and 50 questions all about making freelance work for you!
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41 - How to make a schedule and stick to it
42 - Style versus time versus budget
43 - Staying focused
44 - Productive procrastination
45 - It takes being obsessed to be the best
46 - When freelancers choke on the big opportunity
47 - What makes an artist desirable to hire
48 - Can you say no to a client and still get hired?
49 - What stops you from getting hired?
50 - The key to long client relationships
31 - Role reversal, what it's like the first time you hire a freelancer
32 - When to hire a freelancer and what to look for
33 - Trying to grow with your clients
34 - Getting back to design
35 - Converting freelance work into utility clients and living on retainer.
36 - Riding the ups and downs of freelance with captain pants
37 - Buying time with the product line
38 - The secret resource every freelancer has
39 - Putting your personality into your brand
40 - Being brave, and feeling like your best day is tomorrow
21 - Balancing a full-time career with a very successful freelance career
22 - What happens when you get offered jobs that need more than what you can offer?
23 - The crucial creative space
24 - The product line birthed by bad work
25 - Why not to quit your job
26 - Discovering that thing you do
27 - Taking chances and always exploring
28 - Getting hired the second time
29 - Putting a person into the personality of your brand
30 - Using freelance to build self confidence, and vice versa
11 - Managing a perfect work schedule
12 - Learning how long it takes to get the work done
13 - How to determine the budget you need and the budget the client will pay
14 - Saving money when you have inconsistent income
15 - When you say no, are you saying no forever? Do clients come back after hearing no?
16 - Designing your freelance schedule
17 - Creating healthy boundaries for your freelance clients
18 - Making contracts that work for you
19 - Learning how to pick that clients that will work for you
20 - Supply and demand of spare time. Determining your value
01 - How to quit your day job slowly
02 - Deciding to freelance under your name versus a studio name
03 - When to quit the day job and go full-time freelance
04 - Working from home with a baby
05 - Going on the road to meet your customers and to spread your freelance brand
Tallboy & Surprise Guest Krusty
06 - How to convince your early clients to give you money for your dream work
07 - Working in a day job in a different industry
08 - When do you know it's time to dive back in
09 - When to quit doing freelance for clients
10 - Letting someone else take care of the booking.