This Week's Training

#006: Jon Pietz Speaks Out: How Designers Can Start Getting More Respect and Higher Fees
by Ed Gandia Summary: In this episode of Smarter freelancing podcast you'll hear from Jon Pietz on how designers can start getting more respect & higher fees!
#005: How Virtual Support Can Help You Grow Your Business
by Ed Gandia Summary: In this episode of Smarter freelancing podcast you'll hear from Chris Ducker on how virtual support can help you grow your business.
#004: How to Supplement Your Income by Creating and Selling B2B Products
by Ed Gandia Summary: In this episode of Smarter freelancing podcast you'll hear from Brennan Dunn on how to supplement your income by creating & selling B2B products.
#003: How to Command Higher Fees With This Simple Strategic Shift
by Ed Gandia Summary: In this episode of Smarter freelancing podcast you'll hear from Ed Gandia on how to command higher fees with a simple strategic shift!
#002: One Simple Strategy to Land Work This Month!
by Ed Gandia Summary: How to approach old leads and dormant clients effectively and authentically — and how these simple ideas can often lead to paying work almost immediately
#001: Smarter Freelancing Is a Choice
by Ed Gandia Summary: Smarter freelancing is all about how to earn more in less time ... doing work you love ... for better clients. That way you have the time and financial freedom to live your purpose.
Survey Results and Analysis How Freelancers Close the Deal
by Ed Gandia Summary: A 16-minute video detailing the findings of a survey I conducted last week
How to Land Large Corporate Clients
by Steve Slaunwhite Summary: In this episode you will hear from Steve Slaunwhite about how to find the right companies to target and how to get your foot in the door.
Need Breakthrough Ideas? Look Outside Your Industry!
by Ed Gandia Summary: Massive, quantum leaps in performance almost always come from looking elsewhere. In this week's training episode, I'll show you where to look.
The Most Critical Factor to Freelance Success
by Ed Gandia SUMMARY: I attribute much of my success to my ability to take action. For me, taking action is more important than experience, attitude, skill or personality.