I guess this is the money issue. Money as in currency not money as in the best ever. Though it could be the best ever.
Tips on how to get paid, how not to get audited, how to make more money and find out what part of your business is the most profitable.
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If you have all the money you could ever want and only freelance for the joy you get helping others then you can probably skip this article. Otherwise, these might be some good ideas to raise your prices.
Walk a mile in their shoes. See how the other half lives. Karma. Maybe you should take a look at how you treat your service providers, sub-contractors, etc and make sure you aren’t the client from hell.
Allan gives 6 red flags to watch out for to help you avoid an audit.
If you don’t have a mentor or don’t think you need one, read this. You should probably find a mastermind group too.
Lauren covers five negotiating mistakes that could be costing you profit and sanity.
Not sure what portion of your business is the most profitable? Nathalie discusses a simple exercise to help you figure it out.
Gideon shares some advice from Ramit Sethi intertwined with his personal experience on a simple 2 step process to find your first 3 customers.
I need to use the killer dragon line more often.
Interesting discussion on reddit/r/freelance about going from a solo freelancer to a business (with subs or employees). A step that’s often over looked in general freelance advice and success stories.
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