If you’re an independent creative professional, you probably already have a website showcasing your amazing portfolio. Portfolios are a necessary component of any freelancer’s website,
One thing I struggled with in the past as an independent creative is money. I have a lot of experience with the all too common
Non-descript design that lacks distinction will do nothing to add distinction and value to an organization.
What do you do about scope creep? Should you avoid it? Should you agree to it? The affect of scope creep — when a scope of work
Successful soloism is about 80% mindset and 20% mechanics. I’ve learned from experience that you can get the mechanics right, but still not be thinking right. Much of what holds us back as creatives and independent business owners is our mindset.
The difference between discounting your services for Client A and charging Client B full price is one of positioning and communication. Both of these are value propositions.
Self-promotion is an ordinary and necessary aspect of doing business as an independent creative professional. Unlike social media marketing, self-promotion campaigns are targeted to contacts
Did you know that your creative business thrives because of how you do business and not because of the quality of your work or your
Avoid awkward moments and misunderstandings about getting paid for your freelance work. Prepare written agreements for each client that outlines the type of work you will do, how much you will charge for it, and how you want to be paid. You cannot make a living by doing favors.