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Freelance to Founder on Smash Notes

Freelance to Founder podcast.

December 28, 2019

Narrative stories of freelancers & solopreneurs who have scaled their business to be something much bigger than themselves. Hosted by Brandon Hull. Featuring the enlightening & entertaining stories of Mixergy founder Andrew Warner, Bell + Ivy founder Cynthia Johnson, SeanWes founder Sean McCabe, The Futur founder Chris Do, 'Click it up a Notch' founder Courtney Slazinik, ConvertKit founder Nathan Barry, Double Your Freelancing founder Brennan Dunn, and lots more. Heartily endorsed by Michael Sacca, Host of Rocketship.fm; Nick Loper, host of The Side Hustle Show; and author & podcaster Paul Jarvis.



Episodes with Smash Notes

Writing proposals is just part of running an agency, right? Wrong. They're a waste of time and holding you back.

Building a coaching business can be tough because you only have so many hours in the day. On this episode, we tackle how to coach at scale.

You can offer the absolute best service on the market, but if you don’t know how to tell people about it, you’re in trouble.

When it comes to scaling, which is better: offering more services or niching down into a specialty? Here's our take.

Your marketing can be perfect. Your service can be excellent. But without the right target audience, you're sunk.

You've been told work/life balance is achievable as a freelancer. But it turns out you've been lied to.

Have you ever felt like you are more of an employee than an expert to your clients?

Today we chat with Margaret who has been partnering with other freelancers, but can't seem to make her first hire.

In this episode, Preston dives into the details behind Clay hitting his 2021 revenue goal before the month of January was over. What!?

Here's how to spend less time pitching & selling and more time closing the deal and doing work you love.

If you find yourself stuck in "creating" instead of "selling," you HAVE to listen to this episode.

You can't build the right product or service for a client you don't know. Enter Clay's 3 ways to "spy" on your target audience...