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Survive Your Dry Spell: 1000 Freelance Secrets

Lori Fournier, Freelance Copywriter Extraordinaire

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6 Videos (36m)
    • Why Watch?

    • How to Manage Finances

    • How to Find More Work

    • How to Stay Visible

    • How to Make the Most of it

    • Final Thoughts


About This Class

A dry spell can suck the life out of your freelance career – if you let it. In this class, long-time freelancer Lori Fournier shares her survival skills so you are better equipped to sail through a dry spell and enjoy your freedom. You'll learn:

  • how to manage finances before and during a dry spell
  • how to get work flowing again
  • how to stay visible so clients think of you first
  • how to relax and take advantage of your downtime. 

Think of it as CPR for your freelance career! Whether you're new to it or not, you'll find helpful tips on how to bring some life to the business of freelancing. But you don't have to be a freelancer to benefit. If you're between jobs, this class may be just the boost you need.  

Since the structure of your day is essential to managing time, your project is to schedule your ideal dry-spell day – one that allows you to be both productive and free. Then, tell us why it works for you so your fellow freelancers can benefit from your experience. 

Learn more about the instructor. Visit her blog The Hooky Player or check out her portfolio

11 of 11 students recommendSee All

Gave practical tips on different aspects of freelancing.
Great class. Motivating and realistic. Empathetic where life is challenging for everyone. Thank you
Loved the teacher. If she would live nearby me, I would invite her to a cup of coffee every day. Was easy to listen and follow and is a really connecting personality.





Lori Fournier

Freelance Copywriter Extraordinaire

At the tender age of 19, Lori kicked off her career as a copywriter at a high-flying ad agency in Toronto, ON. She moved on to a job at Humber College where she attained some kick-ass marketing skills, then gave it all up to earn a degree in English Literature. When she re-emerged, she went rogue, freelancing up a storm for some of Canada's biggest brands. Among her notable achievements, Lori worked with grocery trailblazer Dave Nichol, writing the famous Insider's Report. Her client roster h...

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