But you DO know how to do a few things pretty well like communicate, design, code or take photos. If you’ve tried starting your own business or freelancing before, you probably thought just putting up a “sexy website” would drive business.
Most people find out the hard way that a website alone won’t generate business, even with a portfolio of projects. They learn that without knowing how to sell, market and negotiate, they’re doomed to suffer from the drought. They’re unable to find quality customers willing to pay reasonable rates that provide them the means to do what they love while making a decent living.
What are they doing. What are their secrets?
1. They charge much more than their competition.
2. They close a higher percentage of leads than their competition.
3. They aren't micromanaged by their clients.
You do so by developing authority and process. Every extraordinary business owner you know does it. In the Freelance Mastery course, you will learn how to show clients that you are successful, respected by many, and that by being in your presence, they too can succeed.
You will learn how to make clients line up at your door instead of chasing them down. They will willingly pay higher rates to secure your time instead of trying to negotiate you down to nothing. They will believe in your choices and give you room to think and move rather than micromanaging your every move.
The Key to Your Customer's Wallet
Anatomy of a Consulting Project
Sales and Negotiation
Closing Out A Project & Selling Retainers
Determining Your Rate
One Billing Structure To Rule Them All
How To Get Paid
The Problem With Your Marketing
The Four Distinctive Traits Of A Successful Marketing Medium
Marketing Strategy #1
Marketing Strategy #2
Marketing Strategy #3
Get It On Paper
Non-Disclosure and Non-Compete Agreements
How to Write Proposals That Win Clients
Protect Yourself: Master Service Agreements
Legal Structures For Your Business
Protecting Your Business
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Let’s say you get to the end of the course, and you’re not happy. Maybe you didn’t learn anything, maybe you just didn’t feel like it was worth the price.