Category Archives: Business

Why Following Up Will Lead to More Opportunities In Your Life Than You Imagined Why Following Up Will Lead to More Opportunities In Your Life Than You Imagined

June 26, 2015 by

How important do you consider your network of contacts to be to your business?

Whether you want to generate a new client project, ask for advice, make a sale or grow your network, your creative business relies on the effectiveness of the communications you make with people who you can serve, and those who stand to benefit you (money, advice, referrals, influence…).

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How to Dominate Your Market and Win as a Creative Freelancer in this Slow Economy How to Dominate Your Market and Win as a Creative Freelancer in this Slow Economy

January 23, 2015 by

The message we’re getting about the global economic situation via the media is clear: it ain’t great. And it does not look set to improve any time soon.

Particularly for the masses. The self employed, and small to medium businesses look set to struggle for the most part for a long time to come.

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How to Move your Creative Business from ‘Time Poor’ to ‘Time Rich’, with One Daily Action How to Move your Creative Business from ‘Time Poor’ to ‘Time Rich’, with One Daily Action

November 17, 2014 by

Seven years ago, I started legitimately freelancing for the first time.

I was so stoked. “If I can find just one or two new clients every month,” I thought to myself, “I’ll be making more than I could at a desk job, doing something I love and with more free time than ever.”

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The Only Reason Most Creative Professionals Fail to Build Successful Businesses The Only Reason Most Creative Professionals Fail to Build Successful Businesses

November 11, 2014 by

There are many reasons why creative professionals do really well in business.

They have an exceptional product. Their skills are refined and glass sharp after years of practice. They’re motivated. They are on top of their finances. They know how to create work that is commercial, and they are great at marketing themselves.

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