How To Be a Freelancer - Mindset and Practical Advice | Adam Jones | Skillshare

How To Be a Freelancer - Mindset and Practical Advice

Adam Jones

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13 Videos (5h 41m)
    • Introduction

      10:30
    • Video 1: Why Become A Freelancer

      11:05
    • Video 2: Freelancer's Checklist

      32:20
    • Video 3: Getting A Business Lincense

      33:07
    • Video 4: Business Banking

      15:32
    • Video 5: Accepting Payments

      12:58
    • Video 6: Basic Business Accounting

      19:41
    • Video 7: Learn How To Expense Everything

      26:14
    • Video 8: How To Get Work

      44:46
    • Video 9: Charging and Getting Paid

      38:35
    • Video 10: Project Management

      26:34
    • Video 11: Communicating with Clients/Customers

      39:36
    • Video 12: Social Media - Is it Worth it?

      29:43

About This Class

Being a Freelancer is Easy, Running Successful Business is the Hard Part.But IS that really the case?

Everyone KNOWS a Business Owner,
Why Aren’t YOU One?

Did You Know Business Owners Get Incentives to Make More Money?

Build Your Business The Right Way:

  • Get a Business License, The Easy Way
  • Keep Clean Accounting Books
  • Invoice Your Clients
  • Get Paid!
  • Be The Entrepreneur

What we’re going to cover in the 12 Sessions:

  • Session One: Why Become A Freelancer Business Owner
  • Session Two: “THE” Freelancer Checklist
  • Session Three: Getting A Business License
  • Session Four: Business Banking
  • Session Five: Accepting Payments
  • Session Six: Basic Business Accounting
  • Session Seven: Learn How to Expense Everything
  • Session Eight: How To Get Work
  • Session Nine: Charging and Getting Paid
  • Session Ten: Project Management
  • Session Eleven: Communicating With Clients/Customers
  • Session Twelve: Social Media – Is It Worth It?

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