When you first started freelancing, you didn’t think it would be such a struggle. You just wanted to do what you’re good at all day – not deal with sales, marketing, accounting, and all the other things that keep you from what you’re good at.
I was the same way. I quit my job and went out on my own, only to learn the hard way that I had to do much more than just be good at building websites.
But I forged ahead, and a few years later had grown beyond myself and was running a brick-and-mortar agency with 11 employees and revenue in the millions of dollars a year.
I learned a lot along the way. And for the past 3 years, I’ve been sharing what I learned with thousands of freelancers. I want you to avoid the same mistakes I made.