Month: April 2015

Student Success Story with Deveren Fogle

by on April 24, 2015

Today’s student success spotlight is with Deveren Fogle. We’re sharing a different story each week of how a past student has been able to significantly grow their freelance business by applying the concepts they learned from Double Your Freelancing (check out last week’s with Thom O’Leary).  If you feel your story would be a good fit,…

Value-Price, or Value-Anchor?

by on April 20, 2015

Value-based pricing is all the rage. “Ditch hourly!” and “Sell on value!” are stock responses on just about any Q&A thread on freelancer pricing — and these are themes I’ve written about here for the last decade. But longtime students of mine are quick to point out that I don’t personally always value-price my consulting. In my pricing course, I encourage many…

Student Success Story with Thom O’Leary

by on April 17, 2015

Today’s student success spotlight is with Thom O’Leary. It’s our hope that we’re able to share a different story each week of how a past student has been able to significantly grow their freelance business by applying the concepts they learned from Double Your Freelancing (check out last week’s with Brandon Michals).  If you feel…

Student Success Story with Brandon Michals

by on April 10, 2015

Today’s student success spotlight is with Brandon Michals. It’s our hope that we’re able to share a different story each week of how a past student has been able to significantly grow their freelance business by applying the concepts they learned from Double Your Freelancing (check out last week’s with Shai Schechter).  If you feel…

Student Success Story with Shai Schechter

by on April 3, 2015

Today’s student success spotlight is with Shai Schechter. It’s our hope that we’re able to share a different story each week of how a past student has been able to significantly grow their freelance business by applying the concepts they learned from Double Your Freelancing (check out last week’s with Mark Hayes).  If you feel…

Overcoming The Fear Of “Choosing A Niche”

by on April 3, 2015

When you go from being a generalist — that is, a provider of some commodity service, like web design — to being a specialist, who solves a specific type of problem for a specific kind of client, three things almost always happen: You’re able to charge more. Your clients give you more creative latitude and freedom, and…