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The Freelancers' Show

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Weekly discussion by freelancers and professionals about running a business, finding clients, marketing, and lifestyle related to being a freelancer.

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Weekly discussion by freelancers and professionals about running a business, finding clients, marketing, and lifestyle related to being a freelancer.

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So much great info

By ATorb - Jun 03 2018
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Thanks for all the great advice!!

Software freelancing from A to Z

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Very good quality content. Amazing job!

iTunes Ratings

18 Ratings
Average Ratings
15
2
1
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So much great info

By ATorb - Jun 03 2018
Read more
Thanks for all the great advice!!

Software freelancing from A to Z

By Dudedudedude111 - Dec 09 2013
Read more
Very good quality content. Amazing job!
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The Freelancers' Show

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Weekly discussion by freelancers and professionals about running a business, finding clients, marketing, and lifestyle related to being a freelancer.

Rank #1: 247 FS Working with Designers without Wanting to Kill Them

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On today's episode, Philip, Jonathan, and Curtis discuss about Working with Designers without Wanting to Kill Them with James Stone. James is a Design Systems Engineer, and is top contributor to the open source ZURB Foundation. He also teaches at Penn State University. Tune in!

“I've had experiences in the past where I've worked, where a designer would be so caught up with their idea in a design that they'll just root for it and push it through no matter what the cost. Sometimes that ends up being a lot more engineering time to accomplish more less the same thing.” -James Stone 

Apr 27 2017
1 hour 2 mins
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Rank #2: TFS 336: Personal Finance for Freelancers

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Panel

  • Eric Dietrich

  • Reuven Lerner

Summary

The panel shares experiences and advice for managing finances as a small business owner. They discuss the differences in personal finance as a salaried employee and consultant. The panel explains unexpected expenses when becoming a freelancer such as health insurance, taxes and gives advice on how to handle them. The importance of savings and retirement are considered. The panel advises keeping personal funds and business funds separate and consider what you can expense to your business for tax right offs. 

Picks

Eric Dietrich:

Reuven Lerner:

Jun 25 2019
56 mins
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Rank #3: FS 282: How To Get Yourself Noticed

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Reuven Lerner

Jonathan Stark

In this episode of the Freelancer’s Show, Reuven and Jonathan discuss “How To Get Yourself Notice” as a freelancer.  Reuven and Jonathan talk about the best practices for building yourself up for marketing and getting more leads. The topics covered are, how to let people know you exist, attracting clients,  being different and unique, taking risks, speaking and writing, social media profiles, and much more.

In particular, we dive pretty deep on: 

  • How to let people know you exist so they can call you for work
  • Getting more leads
  • Clients want solutions
  • What you Ideal client needs
  • You need to be different, and take risks
  • Being able to Speak
  • Being able to Write
  • Who do you want to notice you?
  • Examples to those on UpWork
  • Billing per hour  - what does that say about you?
  • Direct outreach
  • Blogging
  • LinkedIn
  • Social media profiles
  • And much more!

Picks:

Jonathan

Reuven

Feb 02 2018
1 hour 2 mins
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Rank #4: The Freelancers' Show 118 - Preparing For Freelancing: Finding a Niche

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The panelists continue their "Preparing For Freelancing" series and discuss finding a niche.
Jun 19 2014
54 mins
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Rank #5: TFS 323: Getting started in your 40s

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Sponsors:

  • Sentry use the code “devchat” for 2 months free on Sentry small plan
  • CacheFly

Panel:

  • Jeremy Green
  • Erik Dietrich
  • Reuven Lerner
  • Jonathan Stark

Episode Summary:

In this episode of the Freelancers' Show, the panel talks about starting freelancing later in life. They share their own freelancing/consulting journeys as well as tips for a smooth transition.

They give tips on what signs to look for to round out the services offered such as giving talks at conferences or doing case studies with clients. Listen to the show to find out more about how to correctly price freelancing/consulting services, the difference between price and rate and when/how to negotiate.

Links:

Picks:

Erik Dietrich:

Jeremy Green:

Kai Davis:

Reuven Lerner:

Feb 28 2019
56 mins
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Rank #6: 169 FS Managing Multiple Projects and Clients

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00:50 - Managing Multiple Projects & Clients (Context & Experience)

13:46 - Committment Management

16:19 - Communication & Setting Expectations

30:07 - Avoiding Overwhelm

45:58 - Managing Requests for Your Time on Multiple Projects and Contracts

47:27 - Calendaring

Picks

The Life-Changing Magic of Tidying Up: The Japanese Art of Decluttering and Organizing by Marie Kondo (Eric)
Philip Morgan: 3 Content Marketing Ideas For the Time-Constrained Dev Shop (Eric)
Mojca Mars: Get High-Value Clients With Social Media (Eric)
Android Wear (Jonathan)
Calendly (Jonathan)
Double Your Freelancing Conference (Jonathan)
Connie Chan: When One App Rules Them All: The Case of WeChat and Mobile in China (Reuven)
Penn & Teller: Fool Us (Reuven)
Reuven's Training/Coaching Program (Reuven)
15 Minute Podcast Listener Chat with Charles Wood (Chuck)
The Freelancers' Show Episode #168: Branding with Sunny Bonnell (Chuck)

Sep 10 2015
59 mins
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Rank #7: 231 FS When to Move On (Chuck Leaving)

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00:30 Chuck leaving the show

1:18 Introducing the topic: Knowing when to move on

5:40 Leaving a successful podcast

15:11 Deciding when to move on

19:19 Being spread too thin versus being effective

22:54 Improving workflow

25:30 Chuck’s focus on online conferences

28:30 Overcoming resistance to change in business

30:05: Getting through lean times

33:22 Hiring help and outsourcing tasks

35:09 Future of DevChat.tv podcasts

Picks:

Selling to Big Companies by Jill Konrath (Reuven)

Soundbreaking on PBS (Philip)

This American Life: Quitting (Philip)

Philip Morgan - Retired page (Philip)

2017 Wall Calendar - Neuyear.net (Charles)

Amazon Echo Dot (Charles)

Hired.com

Dec 08 2016
47 mins
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Rank #8: 149 FS When To Turn Down Work

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02:19 - Lifestyle Choice and Changes

03:09 - Clients That Have Run Their Course

05:29 - Having More Work Than You Can Handle

12:40 - Non-Résumé Worthy Work

13:33 - Getting Bad Vibes From Potential Clients

21:44 - Transitioning to New Kinds of Work

  • Splitting Your Focus
  • Moving to Product Building

37:14 - Management

39:13 - Reopening Doors to Previous Offers

Picks

Carbon Copy Cloner (Reuven)
Vivis™ Knight V3 13000mAh Dual USB Portable Charger External Battery Pack (Jonathan)
Gin Gins® Spicy Apple Chewy Ginger Candy (Eric)
YouTube (Chuck)
FFmpeg (Chuck)
Ruby Remote Conf (Chuck)
Developer’s Box Club (Chuck)

Feb 26 2015
46 mins
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Rank #9: FS: 268: The Four Stages of Freelancing With Guest Jason Scott Montoya

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Jonathan S.

Kai Davis

Phillip M.

Special Guest: Jason Scott Montoya

In this episode of the Freelancer’s Show welcomes freelancer and author Jason Scott Montoya. The Freelancers dive into a discussion about Jason’s book, “Path of the Freelancer”. Jason defines and outlines freelancing for those on the path or getting started. Jason talks about the 4 stages of freelancing: survivor, dreamer, visionary, and achiever stage.

Furthermore, Jason provides what he calls the 8 achievements and a formula of intentionality to streamline your path, workload, to grow your business. Jason helps you to ask yourself the right questions, to gain your full potential, as a freelancer. Listen closely as Jason and the panel outline some frequently asked questions as a freelancer.

In particular, we dive pretty deep on:

  • A freelancer is someone who works for multiple clients and multiple streams of income.
  • A consultant and a freelancer
  • Four stages of freelancing
  • Stages of maturity
  • Managing money
  • 8 achievements
  • Formula of intentionality
  • Arriving a success
  • Why am I Freelancing?
  • Carrer pivot
  • Values, purpose, vision, and mission
  • Building a wall of intentionality
  • Mission and strategy
  • Billing
  • You need community to build a virtual sales team
  • Gaining clients and building a funnel
  • Step by step process, defining your annual income
  • Communication and compensation
  • Blogging
  • and much more.

Links:

Picks:

Jonathan

Kai

  • http://Sweep.cards
  • Post It Notes

Phillip

  • Celestial Seasons Herbal Tea
  • Quitting Soda pop

Jason

Oct 12 2017
1 hour 9 mins
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Rank #10: The Freelancers’ Show 064 – Social Media

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Curtis McHale (twitter github blog)
Reuven Lerner (twitter github blog)
Ashe Dryden (twitter github blog)
Jeff Schoolcraft (twitter github blog)
Charles Max Wood (twitter github Teach Me To Code Rails Ramp Up)

Discussion
42:46 - Social Media Panel Activity Levels
SaneBox

03:12 - Primary Social Networks
Twitter
Facebook
LinkedIn

04:07 - LinkedIn
Recommendations
Job Leads
Resume
@ProBlogger: The Ultimate Guide to Making Money with the Amazon Affiliate Program

10:25 - Twitter
Censorship
Visibility

16:54 - Facebook
Games
Facebook Ads
Rob Walling: The 5 Minute Guide To Cheap Startup Advertising

22:10 - Social Media Management Apps
Tweetbot
HootSuite
Buffer
Instapaper
If This Then That (IFTTT)
Pinboard

24:57 - Automated Tweeting
27:47 - The benefits and pitfalls of using Twitter
Is that Owned Content Worth Anything? - Curtis McHale
Building and maintaining relationships

31:45 - Google+
Google+ Communities
SEO Benefits
Google Authorship

35:15 - Forum Sites
Reddit
/r/freelance
FreelanceSwitch
Hacker News
Harassment and bullying
Paul Graham: What I’ve Learned from Hacker News

43:11 - Membership Sites
5000bc
Dynamite Circle

Picks

HappyCow: Vegetarian Restaurants, Vegan Restaurant, Natural Health Food Stores  (Reuven)
Mouseflow (Reuven)
Python Module of the Week (Reuven)
xkcd: Is It Worth the Time? (Jeff)
78,000 Apply for A One-Way Ticket to Colonize Mars | Singularity Hub (Jeff)
Favstar (Ashe)
feedly (Ashe)
TripIt Pro (Ashe)
Chrome Messenger Bag (Curtis)
Philips O’Neill Over-Ear Flex Headphones (Curtis)
Review - Philips O'Neill The Stretch Headphones - Curtis McHale (Curtis)
Ergotron Monitor Stand (Curtis)
Authority by Nathan Barry (Chuck)
Candy Crush Saga (Chuck)

Next Week
Handling Prospects' Poor Technology Choices with Jevin Maltais
Transcript
CHUCK: My daughter put, "My dad's job is cutting the grass," and my son put, "My dad's job is working..."
[Hosting and bandwidth provided by the Blue Box Group. Check them out at bluebox.net.]

CHUCK: Hey everybody, and welcome to Episode 64 of the Freelancers Show! This week on our panel we have, Curtis McHale.

CURTIS: Hello!

CHUCK: Reuven Lerner.

REUVEN: Hello there!

CHUCK: Ashe Dryden.

ASHE: Hi there!

CHUCK: Jeff Schoolcraft.

JEFF: What's up!

CHUCK: I'm Charles Max Wood from DevChat.tv. And this week, we're going to be talking about "Social Media" for freelancers. How active are you guys on your social media?

ASHE: I'm on a limb here and say I'm probably the most prolific Squidoo-er of all of us.

CHUCK: I would guess you're right.

[laughter]

CURTIS: I'd certainly go into heads down mode, probably once a day or I don't post anything for extended extended periods.

CHUCK: Yeah. I put funny odds and ends that people say on Twitter and then I do interact with people on Twitter. So if you tweet at me, then I'll probably reply if you say something that is more interesting than just yes or no. But other than that, I'm really not on there too much.

REUVEN: So I'm going to be at the other end of the spectrum from Ashe, and I think I might have not tweet once. I'm starting to get convinced that it's worth doing, but so far, that's like -- once you are sent out a note on Facebook, so in everyone, thanks for all the happy birthday wishes. So if there's anywhere I'm active at all, it's on LinkedIn. But even there, it's pretty moderate.

CHUCK: Wow.

CURTIS: Yeah, on Facebook, I always checks as my wife were saying happy birthday. So I'm going to get like a million updates in a day, and they all email me because I check it so infrequently that I just have it set to "email me".

CHUCK: Yeah, mine set to "email me", and then I use "SaneBox", and SaneBox sorts it all off so I never see them anyway.

[laughter]

ASHE: Awesome!
Jun 06 2013
51 mins
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Rank #11: FS 278: Getting Started in Training

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Panel:

Reuven Lerner

Kai Davis

Jonathan Stark

In this episode of the Freelancer’s Show, Kai, Reuven, and Jonathan discuss, getting started in training. The panelist talk about how to outline training, in addition to your freelancing career, to add another modality in your business and provide more value. This is a great episode to understand what areas and packages you can provide, how to build a syllabus for training, intro to advance courses, students, teaching to a student and paying clients,  and how to get the first paying client, and much more.

In particular, we dive pretty deep on: 

  • Who is training and why?
  • Specialization and providing more value
  • Your superpower - how would you change their business
  • Dev shop versus Training shop
  • Training is better
  • Courses
  • Packages for training
  • Syllabus
  • Providing Intro to advance courses
  • Students and learning along with them
  • How to I determine what the courses
  • Teaching - get experience doing it first before getting clients
  • Pedagogical  content knowledge
  • Getting paying clients
  • Getting better and better at training
  • Third party help
  • Speaking with training managers and at conferences
  • lynda.com
  • Books and promotional products on amazon.com
  • Positioning as a trainer
  • Who do I reach out to?
  • And much more!

Picks:

Kai

Jonathan

Reuven

Dec 30 2017
50 mins
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Rank #12: 199 FS Remote Consulting Tools and Techniques

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Suggest a show topic!

02:37 - On Remote Consulting

06:29 - Meeting with Remote Clients

10:43 - Communication Tools

17:21 - Filesharing

22:39 - Commodification

28:27 - Language/Communication: Remote vs Local

34:14 - Finding Remote Clients

38:55 - Project Management Tools and Techniques

44:44 - Whiteboard Solutions

48:05 - Which software tools can you expect customers to be familiar with/have installed?

50:35 - Common Miscommunication Pitfalls

Picks

Zoom (Philip)
We Work Remotely (Philip)
Desktastic (Philip)
ZenHub (Reuven)
The Confidence Game: Why We Fall for It . . . Every Time by Maria Konnikova (Reuven)
Kindle (Reuven)
Trumpcast (Reuven)

Apr 28 2016
1 hour
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Rank #13: 241 FS How to Fire Bad Clients with Erin Flynn

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On today's episode of the Freelancers' Show, Jonathan and Reuven discuss How to Fire Bad Clients with Erin Flynn. Erin is a web designer and developer. She is, however, more popular in helping fellow designers and developers to run their businesses better as well as to communicate well with clients. Listen and learn how to identify bad clients and how to deal with them properly!

Mar 16 2017
51 mins
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Rank #14: 148 FS How to Attract Clients Without Doing Sales with Jonathan Stark

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The panelists welcome back Jonathan Shank to talk about how to attract clients without doing sales.

Feb 19 2015
1 hour 9 mins
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Rank #15: The Freelancers’ Show 063 – WordPress with Curtis McHale

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Curtis McHale (twitter github blog)
Eric Davis (twitter github blog)
Jeff Schoolcraft (twitter github blog)
Reuven Lerner (twitter github blog)
Charles Max Wood (twitter github Teach Me To Code Rails Ramp Up)

Discussion
00:37 - Reuven Lerner Introduction
01:10 - Curtis McHale Introduction
WordPress
The Coderpath Podcast

01:57 - Consulting, Tools & Apps
fvrb (Curtis’ Ruby Brigade)
Billings Pro
Ronin
Trello
Evernote
Dropbox
Evernote Hello
Evernote Skitch
Napkin
Mailbox
IFTTT (If This Then That)

10:21 - Ronin
FreshBooks
Harvest
Harvest Online Invoicing & Time Tracking: Curtis McHale
Multiple Currencies
Marketcircle: Daylite
Complete Review of Daylite 4: Curtis McHale

13:16 - Customer Relationship Management
The Trello/Evernote Combo
Highrise
Salesforce
Curtis’ Trello Gist
Podio

15:50 - Trello
17:18 - Booking Out Work
18:38 - Consulting in WordPress
21:33 - Getting Leads & Establishing Connections
23:15 - Application Development with WordPress
Tom McFarlin

25:51 - Advantages of WordPress
Joomla/Mambo
Drupal

29:18 - Dealing w/ new WordPress Versions
Security Issues
Metasploit

34:39 - Resources
curtismchale.ca
WP Theme Tutorial
Become a WordPress Development Professional by Curtis McHale
sfndesign.ca

Picks

IRS Cracks Down on Independent Contractors - What it Means for Your Small Business (Eric)  WordPress Core is Secure - Stop Telling People Otherwise (Eric)
One Tab Chrome Extension (Jeff)
Arrested Development (Reuven)
ridiculous_fish (Reuven)
zsh-syntax-highlighting (Reuven)
Hanping Chinese Dictionary Pro (Reuven)
iOctocat (Chuck)
ioctocat on GitHub (Chuck)
Kinesis Freestyle Keyboard (Curtis)
Unfinished Business Podcast (Curtis)
The Trello/Evernote Combo (Curtis)

Next Week
Social Media
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CHUCK: Hey everybody and welcome to the Freelancers Show Episode 63! This week on our panel we have, Eric Davis.

ERIC: Hello!

CHUCK: Jeff Schoolcraft.

JEFF: What's up!

CHUCK: I'm Charles Max Wood from DevChat.tv. We also have, Reuven Lerner.

REUVEN: Hi there!

CHUCK: We also have a special guest, and that's Curtis McHale.

CURTIS: Hey!

CHUCK: So I'm going to have Reuven introduce himself first, and then we'll have Curtis introduce himself.

REUVEN: Sure! So I'm a web developer mostly doing Ruby on Rails and Postgres stuff; I've been freelancing since 1995. I would say I divide my time between actual programming and consulting, and then I'm off a lot of training as well; I teach a lot of courses. And I live in Israel, which you might not figure out from my accent.

CHUCK: Yeah, we have 3 time zones, 4 time zones represented on the show right now.

[Reuven chuckles]

CHUCK: And Curtis, you want to introduce yourself?

CURTIS: Sure! I'm Curtis McHale. I actually started, I guess many years ago now, doing some frontend Rails and Ruby stuff. But now, I pretty much only do WordPress work. That's what I do; I've been building sites and stuff since 1996, I guess. That's when I started dabbling in it in amidst to have a psychology degree.

CHUCK: Yeah, I have to say I remember listening to you and Miles on the Coderpath Podcast.

CURTIS: Yeah, that's when I was doing my list of it, like I was saying earlier just before the show, I went to Mountain West and did a bunch of stuff, but I did not come in as frontend Rails so I needed to pay the bills and that's what I did.

CHUCK: That makes sense!

[Curtis chuckles]

CHUCK: So I'm a little curious, we got you on here to talk about WordPress, we also got you on here to talk about your consulting in general, so how do you wind up making that transition? Did you just take the work that was coming in, and that was WordPress? Or, was there more to it than that?

CURTIS: Well,
May 30 2013
46 mins
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Rank #16: FS 317: Working on Your Business

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  • Reuven Lerner
  • Jeremy Green

In this episode of the Freelancer’s Show Reuven and Jeremy discuss “Working on Your Business.” The discussion covers several topics on how you as a freelancer can carve out time to work on your business. Both Reuven and Jeremy mention how you can learn to start building and maintenance your business for events like retirement and longevity. This is a great episode on learning how to continually stop and take control of tasks your business needs to grow.

In particular, we dive pretty deep on:

0:50 - Reuven opens the show by describing what skill are need to be a freelancer and finding the time to work on your business. Jeremy chimes in on trying to find time to work the business by putting time away for business maintenance work.

3:10 -  Reuven talks about when he tries to find and fit time into working on his business, like on the train. Jeremy talks about how tasks are sometimes overlooked and take the back seat. But getting a team to help might be the answer to working on your business.

5:00 -  Reuven talks about possibly blocking out time during the week or month to work on the business. Or working at night, or before bedtime. Reuven talks about removing the junk and squeezing in the tasks and working on the business. Jeremy talks about juggling client work and building in a business, and how one might want to raise rates to compensate the time.

9:00 -  Reuven talks about setting a goal for your income, and raises the question about pension. Revenue task about being satisfied with your income. Reuven talks about a conference with Rob Walling and how Rob talked about buying back your time.

13:30 -  Reuven and Jeremy discuss thing you should do after carving out time for working on the business. Jeremy talks about reaching out and expanding for other kinds of great opportunities.

18:00 - Reuven talks about how he likes to expand the business into American companies to grow. Reuven continues with creating products or courses to work on the business. Jeremy mentions how he continually works on the engine of the business, so he does not dread the last two months of the year for paying taxes.

22:00 - Reuven and Jeremy talk about important paperwork they need to get in order to prepare for taxes and documentation. Reuven says another avenue to working on the business is going to conferences or consuming video or blog content to sharpen your business skills.

27:00 -  Jeremy mentions creating and doing content marketing in various forms such as blogs, articles, guest writing is another way to market your product and services. Reuven talks about taking care of your website as a way to develop your business.

29:00 -  Jeremy mentions writing proposals and taking on project work as another way to develop your business. Jeremy says even though the tasks is time-consuming it is a great way to gain more work. Reuven mentions listening to podcasts as a way to learn more to develop your business.

Sponsors/affiliates

Picks:

Reuven

New York Times Puzzle Pages

Jeremy

None

Dec 14 2018
37 mins
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Rank #17: 234 FS Productized Services

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Introduction

  • Productized services
  • Definition

9:50: Copywriting

  • Understand the problem your service solves.
  • Pricing

15:30: Testing with productized service

19:30: Mobile Onboarding

28:30: Freelancers just starting out

38:10: Word of mouth

45:50: Downsides to productized services

  • Pricing
  • Start small
  • Low level of collaboration
  • Minimize risk
  • Give options

Picks:

Building the Perfect Sales Page (Jonathan)

Internet Archive Wayback Machine (Philip)

Examples of Productized Services:

https://draft.nu/revise/
http://websiterescues.com/
https://doubleyouraudience.com/pricing/outreach/
https://memberup.co/membership-roadmap/
http://sessions.superspicymedia.com/
http://uibreakfast.com/services/

hired.com/freelancershow

Dec 29 2016
1 hour 11 mins
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Rank #18: The Freelancers' Show 113 - Learning

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Eric and Curtis discuss how their learning has changed from the start of their career to now.
May 15 2014
35 mins
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Rank #19: TFS 328: Things Not To Do (even if others are doing them)

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Sponsors

  • Sentry use the code “devchat” for 2 months free on Sentry small plan
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Panel

  • Erik Dietrich
  • Reuven Lerner

Summary

The panel discusses various “things not to do” that they have seen others do. First, they advise not sticking with a single client in a pseudo employment situation. The panel also warns against biting off more than you can chew. Erik brings up not relying on global freelancing platforms like upwork.com, while Rueven cautions against saying yes to all business. The panel considers overworking and hourly rates. They also debate when to get a virtual assistant and communication tools. The panel ends with consideration on what technologies to use and warns against chasing new and shiny technologies. The episode ends with an invitation to the listeners to share their own “things not to do”.

Links

Picks

Erik Dietrich

Reuven Lerner

Apr 11 2019
47 mins
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Rank #20: The Ruby Freelancers Show 055 – Better Communications with Clients, Prospects, and other Contractors with Jenn Swanson (Communication Diva)

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Jenn Swanson (twitter Communication Diva eBook)
Eric Davis (twitter github blog)
Ashe Dryden (twitter github blog)
Charles Max Wood (twitter github Teach Me To Code Rails Ramp Up)

Discussion
00:32 - Jenn Swanson Introduction
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Apr 04 2013
1 hour 2 mins
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