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How NOT to Become a Overworked Freelance Hermit

Treasa EdmondBusiness Growth, Professional Growth, Personal Growth, Client Management Leave a Comment

It’s 3 AM. You’re still at your desk, empty cups scattered around you like some bizarre crop circle. You can’t remember the last time you saw the sun, let alone another human being. Sound familiar? That’s definitely a sign of an overworked individual. Welcome to the wild world of freelancing, where the line between work and life is about as …

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The Introvert Freelancer’s Guide to Building a Killer Professional Network

Treasa EdmondBusiness Growth, Professional Growth Leave a Comment

Ah, networking. The word alone is enough to make many freelancers break out in hives. If the thought of schmoozing at industry events or cold-messaging strangers on LinkedIn makes you want to crawl under your desk and never come out, you’re not alone. But here’s the thing: in the freelance world, your network can be your lifeline. It’s not just …

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Six Simple Marketing Tips to Help You Grow Your Freelance Business

Treasa EdmondContent Strategy, Business Growth Leave a Comment

Hey there, fellow freelancer! Let’s chat about something that might make you want to hide under your desk: marketing yourself. I get it. You’d rather be knee-deep in anything else instead of trying to sell your services. But here’s the thing – even if you’re the next Picasso of web design or the Shakespeare of copywriting, it won’t matter if …

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7 Steps to Crack the Code and Land Great Clients

Treasa EdmondBusiness Growth, Content Strategy, Communication Leave a Comment

Let’s face it, finding clients can sometimes feel like trying to catch a greased pig at a county fair. In case you aren’t sure what that feels like, it’s messy, frustrating, and you might end up covered in mud (and other things). But what if I told you there’s a way to attract high-quality clients without resorting to spammy cold …

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Setting Freelance Rates in Five Simple Steps: Making Money!

Treasa EdmondBusiness Growth, Client Management Leave a Comment

Let’s talk about everyone’s favorite topic: money and setting freelance rates. Just kidding. I know talking about pricing makes most freelancers want to crawl under a rock and hide. But unless you’ve figured out how to pay rent with exposure and good vibes, we need to tackle this head-on. Here’s the thing: pricing your services isn’t just about slapping a …