Post Tagged with: "freelance"

An Updated Ready, Set, Freelance Webinar

An Updated Ready, Set, Freelance Webinar

Learn to be a better freelancer. Justin and I will be presenting our webinar Ready, Set, Freelance on March 15

Should I Take the (Freelance) Job?

Should I Take the (Freelance) Job?

Should you take the (illustration, design, sculpture, painting, photograph, article, etc) job? Run through this chart to help you decide.

Webinar: Putting the FREE in Freelance

Webinar: Putting the FREE in Freelance

On February 26, 2014, Justin and I will be hosting the webinar: Putting the Free in Freelance for RISD Alumni Relations. The webinar is open to anyone. Justin will be offering a terrific step by step presentation of how to get your freelance business up and running (or in shape if […]

An EIN: A Simple Way to Protect Yourself

An EIN: A Simple Way to Protect Yourself

Even a freelancer who does a small amount of business will at some point have a client who is going to need a W9 form so that they can report their payments to you on their taxes. For many of us, this means filling out a simple federal form with […]

Ready, Set, Freelance

Ready, Set, Freelance

On May 24, 2012, Justin and I gave a talk at the Creative Careers Conference at Massachusetts College of Art & Design. The C3 Conference is a two-day event helping to advance professional development for artists and designers. Our talk was titled Ready, Set, Freelance and below we’ve outlined a bunch of […]

Don’t Be Afraid to Walk Away

Don’t Be Afraid to Walk Away

It’s three o’clock on a Tuesday afternoon when you get a call from an unknown number. It’s a cold call! After a quick conversation you plan a time to meet. On Friday you show up to the designated coffee shop dressed sweet and sharp and spend an hour talking to […]

Zero to Freelance in 48 Hours

A big thanks to everyone who attended our “Putting the Free in Freelance” webinar. As I mentioned last night, here’s the “Zero to Freelance in 48 Hours.” If you have a free weekend, you can have a freelance business. And, as always, let us know if you have any questions.