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Episode Info: The "feast or famine" cycle, a. k. a. the langaw months. You may have a good job today, but what happens when the client closes the project? Is there a way to get out of trading hours solely for dollars? Can a freelancer create sustainable income streams? If these questions are constantly on your mind, you'll want to listen to this week's episode. Celine and Stef tackle the concept of the feast and famine cycle and provide ways on how to add predictability to your freelancing business. Ultimately this is one of the areas where you'll understand the difference between working as a remote employee versus running a freelancing business. In this episode: The importance of predictability in your freelancing business The problem of trading hours for dollars What freelancers need to remember if they decide to make and sell standalone products alongside their service offerings The "money thread" and how this can help you know right away if a source of income is sustainable or not. Two ways you can put yourself and your skills on the radar of potential clients, even when you're booked solid already. The most important thing you need to do so your clients will always come back to you, whether to give you new work or referrals. Resources: Themeforest Graphicriver Photodune Canva Picmonkey Getty Images Google Analytics Stride CRM
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