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
You want recurring revenue every month. But will clients actually subscribe for your services each month?
Can you make beautiful works of art and still build a thriving business? Or are artists doom to starve?
Get a sneak peek at 'Remote Works' a podcast by Citrix.
3 Freelancers-turned-founders discuss what we wish we'd have known when making the transition
A check-in with former guest, Amy Kuo gets us really excited about the possibilities of her business. We talk about investing in a team and giving yourself a $40,000 raise.
You'll be happier and wealthier if you can learn how to attract the right kinds of freelance jobs in your career.
As you transition from freelance to founder, it might be hard to get your clients to treat you more like an agency owner instead of a solo freelancer. Here's how to address that critical change...
As you scale and money is tight, automation can be a complete game-changer. Automation expert James Rose joins us to share how.
Natalie is a self-diagnosed control freak, which is why hiring and scaling has never worked for her. Today, we start fixing that.
You'll never scale if you can't crush your to-do list or delegate it to a growing team. Today's episode is all about getting organized.
If you're ready to finally work for yourself, this episode is a must-listen for you.
Do you ever get the feeling you're attracting the wrong kinds of clients for your freelance business or agency? Today's guest faces the same question: "how can I turn down clients who aren't a good fit?"