Smarter Freelancing: Freelance Work | Getting Clients | Freelance Writing | Freelance Design | Ed Gandia
About This Show
Smarter Freelancing is the show that teaches you how to earn more in less time ... doing work you love ... for better clients. It doesn't matter if you're just now thinking about going out on your own, if you've been freelancing for a long while, or if you're somewhere in the middle. This podcast will help you create a freelance business that gives you the time and financial freedom to live your purpose.
In this engaging, nuts-and-bolts show, Ed Gandia, co-author of the bestselling book The Wealthy Freelancer will walk you through the practical, “doable” systems and strategies he has developed in his own freelancing business — the same systems he has taught his private coaching clients. He'll also show you what’s working for other freelancers by bringing you real case studies from the field. And he'll share all this information in an honest and transparent way, with no hype or fluff.Read more »
Most Recent Episode
#033: How to Adapt Your Freelance Business to a Rapidly Shifting Marketplace
May 28, 2015
The freelance marketplace has become more competitive.
But just because there are more freelancers than ever before doesn't mean you have to succumb to competitive pressure. Not if you make key adjustments in how you position yourself ... and what services (and value) you deliver.
In this week's show you'll hear from someone who's done this successfully. His name is Tristan Kneschke and his company is Exit Editorial, a post-production company that does video editing and color grading services.
Tristan specializes fashion and beauty and has worked with brands such as Victoria’s Secret, Bath and Body Works, Google, Pepsi, Nike, Amazon and Colgate.
In this interview, you'll hear why Tristan made critical changes to his business with the economic downturn. And you'll discover how he made these shifts and why they've paid off.Read more »
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