Freelancing Foundations is a collection of hands-on, practical courses designed to set you up for success in your freelancing business.
You can purchase courses individually for $59 or grab all 5 of the courses below for $199 (a $96 savings!)
Up and Running with Your Freelance Business
Once you’ve decided that full-time freelancing is what you want to do, there are some things you need to do to make sure you’re getting off on the right foot. In this course, I’ll go over the most basic things you need to know to get your freelance business up and running.
Finding Your Focus
In this course, we'll explore exactly what it is you do for a living and what type of customers you want. At the end of this course, you'll be able to clearly articulate what you do and who you serve.
This is not a course about marketing strategies or techniques. It's useless to talk about marketing until you can talk about your business. That's what this course will help you answer.
You’re great at what you do, but how well do you know how to market yourself? Marketing doesn’t have to be intimidating. In this course, you’ll get a crash course in marketing, specifically the aspects most important for freelancers, as well as create a tactical plan for your next marketing campaign.
Communicating with Confidence
If I could pick any single skill and call it the "most important" for a freelance business owner, it'd be communication. I'll share some stories of my own journey in this course and how, through my failures, I've learned the crucial importance of good communication.
Do you dread getting on the phone with a prospect? Are you nervous that you won't have the right answers to your customers' questions? At the end of this course, you'll be able to speak confidently and clearly to your customers, even when conversations are tough.
We’re designers, developers, illustrators, writers, and editors. Not lawyers. But that doesn’t mean we don’t have to deal with legal matters in the process of running our businesses.
This course walks you through what you need to know to protect both your relationships with your clients and your business.