Freedom by Freelancing – How to get paid as a freelancer




Looking to freelance your way out of the cubicle? I interview Matt Inglot from Freelance Transformation to share his expertise on how you can find customers and what NOT to do to actually get paid. See more tips on freelancing here:

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6 Comments

  1. Marc Christian Godornes
    May 20, 2016
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    Subscriber here. I just started my web development company and getting new clients is hard. Hopefully, those practical tips would help to het me get unstuck. Great video. 🙂

  2. Freedom How ?
    May 27, 2016
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    Very informative !
    I quit my job about a month ago after about 2 years of trying to decide whether to grind out my 9-5 for another 45 years. I made the leap with no safety net and I am currently making a small income by juggaling a series of concierge apps. I have also started a blog to document my journey and hopefully attract people moving in the same direction http://www.freedomhow.wordpress.com. My question or my biggest challenge is finding an entry level that doesnt take a lump sum of money to bring in small amounts of income as I chug along. That gap for most people trying to become financially independent i believe is my niche. So i thank you again sincerely for putting that piece of information out there.
    My biggest challenge shal become my niche !!! you guys are genius ….

  3. Surfleo77
    June 26, 2016
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    — Hello, I think I experiencing random lost of audio & visual on this video, anyway I like all of your videos.

  4. Darryl F. Singleton
    July 4, 2016
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    Thanks for your videos. Very instructive, useful information. I've been an Electrical Project Manager for over 20 years, creating the construction documents for net zero energy buildings, 100's of K-12, community college and university buildings, including several whole new school campuses from the ground up. I burnt out several times, being a victim of my own success and too often from operating within resource management structures that did not work. I have vowed to never again return to the cubicle/office, 40-60 hour work week, sitting at a computer, with an hour commute each way. And thankfully, I will never need to. However, I loved what I did in my career. Especially, working with architects (my primary clients) and fellow mechanical, plumbing, structural, civil engineers and landscape architects. My goal now is to work remotely, 4 – 6 hours per day, 4 – 5 days a week (even though one of my strong suits is attending meetings and client relations). My time was typically billed out at $160/hr. I'm currently in the transformation phase of becoming a full time digital nomad. Any recommendations for companies who I can offer my services to as a digital nomad? (PS: I do full electrical distribution, lighting design and controls, data & telephone networks, fire alarm & clock/PA systems and enjoy designing audiovisual systems, theatrical lighting and audio systems.) Thanks again. I am enjoying your interview videos.

  5. Torian Allen
    April 16, 2017
    Reply

    WHY AM I JUST FINDING YOUR VIDEOS!?!?!?! GOLD!!!!!!!

  6. Dara K. Fulton
    April 16, 2017
    Reply

    Great interview!!! Very helpful for me. Thanks so much! 🙂

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