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Lifting the lid on freelance life. Experienced freelance journalists Lily Canter and Emma Wilkinson guide you through everything you need to know about working for yourself. From where to get work, to how to get paid and everything in between. Each episode features two guests who have made freelancing a success. From film reviewers, to travel writers to bitcoin experts and current affairs broadcasters. Packed with trade secrets, top tips and amusing anecdotes this is an unmissable How To gui ...
 
Be financially free. Enjoy more time with your loved ones. Turn your dreams into reality. All in the comfort of your home! Learn from success stories and best practices on freelancing, entrepreneurship, parenting…and everything else in between. Filipina Homebased Moms (FHMoms) brings together mothers who learn-and-earn from home, and bridges them with biz owners worldwide who work with world-class go-getters and freelancers. Visit https://fhmoms.com/ to find out how FHMoms is changing lives, ...
 
Eric D. Seals is a cinematographer, editor and film director based in Chicago, IL. He graduated from Murray State University in Kentucky with degrees in Electronic Media and Business Administration. Eric got his start in the film and media industry at ESPN, where he worked as a video editor. Transitioning from media to focus on film and video production, Eric returned to Chicago and launched a freelance career working with clients such as Miller Lite, ComEd and Leo Burnett. Eric is the found ...
 
Welcome to the Digital Nomad Cafe Podcast. In this show I talk with guests about online business, entrepreneurship, freelancing & remote work with those who live a breath the digital nomad lifestyle in all its forms. My goal is to share inspiring stories and practical advice on how to build and manage a location independent business, be that a freelance business a global eCommerce store or a large website. This show is for you if you are running or interested in starting an online business, ...
 
The 6-Figure Freelancer Podcast was created for the dream-chasers out there who are ready to break out of their 9-5 box and design the life they truly want to live. I wanted to create a place where I could share what I'm learning as a 6-figure+ freelancer in real time. Each week, my guests and I will cover all things freelancing, clients, money, mindset, entrepreneurship, marketing and more. My goal is to give you the tools you need to work less, add massive value to great clients, make a wh ...
 
Freelancer Foundations is a podcast for freelancers, creatives, and consultants. Learn smart strategies and tactics to help you find clients, get paid and double your business. Hosts Brit Becher and Maggie Patterson share proven practices - the same tactics they use and have taught to hundreds of clients. Best of all, everything is in a bite-sized format so you can put it into action quickly in your small business where you work with clients.
 
If you're a freelancer, then you're not just an expert in your field. You're also a business owner, responsible for everything from bookkeeping to marketing to customer satisfaction to business development. On the Business of Freelancing, our panel of experienced freelancers discuss the issues that they have encountered while building up their business — and give you practical, actionable advice to take your career to the next level. We also invite expert guests to provide their opinions and ...
 
Founders Nextdoor features stories of local entrepreneurs in DC who created successful businesses that make a positive difference in their community. FN’s founder interviews provide inspirations, resources, and practical tips for entrepreneurs and biz owners on how to build a great local business while making an impact.
 
Smarter Freelancing is the show that teaches you how to earn more in less time ... doing work you love ... for better clients. It doesn't matter if you're just now thinking about going out on your own, if you've been freelancing for a long while, or if you're somewhere in the middle. This podcast will help you create a freelance business that gives you the time and financial freedom to live your purpose.In this engaging, nuts-and-bolts show, Ed Gandia, co-author of the bestselling book The W ...
 
Starving Artist is a podcast about art, money, and how to combine those things. If you’re a creative who’s ever wondered “how the hell do I make this work?!” then this podcast is for you. The show is basically an excuse for host and honesty enthusiast Honor Eastly to ask successful artists really nosy questions about their financial situation, and record the conversation. This is a no-holds-barred exploration of the reality behind the Starving Artist myth, and season one features 12 intervie ...
 
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In this episode we speak to two experts about how best to use TikTok and why journalists need to know about it. Dr Gavin Allen, digital journalism lecturer at the University of Cardiff, talks about why being an early adopter of new apps can be valuable for employability. And Neve Gordon-Farleigh, TikTok producer for JournoResources, discusses how t…
 
In this episode we speak to two young freelance journalists about the value of finding a mentor. Jessica Morris, who is studying for her NCTJ Diploma and MA in Journalism, talks about how having a great mentor has advanced her career. Asyia Iftikhar, founder of the Young Journalist Community, discusses how to build a great relationship with your me…
 
In this episode we speak to two freelance journalists, one who has no formal journalism training and the other who studied on an NCTJ accredited degree. Anna Turns, a freelance environmental journalist, talks to us about her self-taught route into journalism and how each turn of her career informed her storytelling. Chandni Sembhi, a freelance digi…
 
We speak to two freelance journalists about how to handle and navigate negative feedback, criticism and online abuse. Jess Evans, fashion journalist, lecturer and founder of the Freelance Sessions talks about how to deal with negativity whilst JR Moores discusses how a band review sparked a Twitter spat with unexpected consequences. Please note thi…
 
Being a journalist – especially those who are in the field – is one of the most dangerous professions an individual could dive into. There have been cases of journalists being killed, attacked, and silenced in an inhumane way, but people who are passionate about what they do still continue to serve as the public’s heroic messenger. However, being a…
 
In the second episode of series 4 we speak to a consumer culture scholar from the Victoria University of Wellington, and the founder and editor of The Indiependent about whether you should ever work for free. Dr Kathleen Kuehn, senior lecturer in media studies, talks us through the prevalence of ‘hope-labour’ and Beth Kirkbride, a freelance journal…
 
As people apply for jobs we’ve either seen in ads or have always been our dream role, we often see a limited side of the story wherein it’s focused on our part alone. People tend to think of where it went wrong and why it did not work out based on the angle they see fits; however, it could have been forgotten that the setting involves two actors. H…
 
In the first episode of series 4 we speak to two experts about how to track down the perfect case study and how to source the best experts. Tom Bettison, account manager at ResponseSource talks us through the journalist enquiry service whilst freelance documentary maker Kate Dooley discusses how she works to develop relationships in order to get th…
 
Hello, and welcome back. If this is your first time joining then, welcome. This podcast is for digital entrepreneurs carving out their slice of the online economy. To download my free guide on starting a business online, head over to digitalnomadcafe.com/start. Today’s guest is Jordan Carroll from TheRemoteJobCoach.com Jordan is a career and life c…
 
Motherhood has been considered one of the greatest blessings a woman can receive. But as a first-time mom and parent, it can be a roller coaster of a ride and adjustment. Not only the physical challenges contribute to how hard it is to be a mom nowadays, but the ongoing pandemic also complicates the process. What can we do to be a better parent to …
 
People often regard Persons with Disabilities (PWDs) as individuals who lack something within them – whether it focuses on physical and/or skill attributes – just because they don’t appear like what the general public sees as the norm. Thoughts that say they are unworthy and are impossible to be loved have long circulated the skies, but luckily, it…
 
After months of lockdown in 2020, continuous practice of social distancing, and individuals being quarantined, it has been a time of mental stress and agony for everybody. Since we haven’t been exposed to a pandemic at this scale, we are very aware that everything took a toll on our mental health. What can we do to support each other to get help ma…
 
As parents, we thought that the way to be academically responsible for our school-age children involves regularly coordinating with teachers in school, providing financial support for their academic requirements, and making sure they participate in extra-curricular activities. This was a system we become attuned to until the COVID-19 pandemic happe…
 
On our Chikahan Hour, in honor of Love Month #Febibig, we have no other than our #kurachacouple, Momshie MK Bertulo, and Daddy Jim Bertulfo, who will impart valuable life lessons as parents who are both working in home-based jobs. In this segment, you will learn the advantages of both parents working from home and to add to the “kilig” factor, we a…
 
Hello, and welcome back. If this is your first time joining then, welcome. This podcast is for digital entrepreneurs carving out their slice of the online economy. To download my free guide on starting a business online, head over to digitalnomadcafe.com/start. Today's guest is Danielle Demi from growthfocus.co. Danielle and her business partner Li…
 
In this #HomeBasedStory segment, we have FHMoms Trainer Momshie Christine Levine, who shares her journey to becoming a Virtual Assistant coming from corporate. For Momshie Christine, being a Virtual Assistant is a blessing because after 11 years of working in the corporate, she felt she was not able to fulfill her mommy duties to her children. She …
 
Brought by the digital shift due to the recent pandemic, podcasts steadily rose in popularity. According to an article by Oberlo as of January 2020, there are 850,000 active podcasts and more than 30 million podcast episodes. For a podcaster to continue to create and publish their transformative message out to their audience, they would somehow nee…
 
How do we define 'resilience' as a mom? Is it the ability to maintain a successful career? .... the ability to raise a family through comfort and guidance? ...Or by the ability to do both at the same time while still finding time to make your advocacies happen, in the middle of the pandemic while facing difficulties? Jing Castaneda also known as th…
 
With a voice like no other, Ruf Valera started to host events by volunteering herself to family and friends. She then decided to improve her skills by attending various workshops on hosting and dubbing. In 2016, she eventually offered her services to the public by launching "Ruf the Voice Artist". Aside from hosting events such as weddings, birthda…
 
It was the 8-hour daily grind plus the chaotic traffic in the metro which made Maria Korina Bertulfo contemplate on transitioning to working from home. From queuing to long lines of public transportation and having to experience heavy traffic when going home, these reasons results to her often absence in his son and loved ones’ lives. She is just l…
 
Hello, and welcome back. If this is your first time joining then, welcome. This podcast is for digital entrepreneurs carving out their slice of the online economy. To download my free guide on starting a business online, head over to digitalnomadcafe.com/start. Today’s guest is Omar Mo. Omar Mo is the founder of the Nomads Cast Agency and host of T…
 
In the last episode of series 3 we speak to two newsletter writers / freelance journalists about how they started. Lottie Gross, travel writer and co-author of Talking Travel Writing, discusses how she set up her newsletter during the heart of the pandemic whilst Alistair Lane, author of Write at Home, talks us through the challenges of launching h…
 
In this episode we quiz two specialist writers about how they carved out their niche. Freelance music journalist Matt Parker discusses how he broke into magazines whilst technology journalist Sooraj Shah tells us how to approach editors when you cover a specialist beat. The Guests Matt Parker https://mattparkerfreelance.com/ @emptyparker Sooraj Sha…
 
After 243 episodes, The 6-Figure Freelancer podcast is coming to an end. Manifesting your future is something that I talk about regularly, and I’d be remiss if I didn’t follow that advice myself, as I move from being a six-figure freelancer to a seven-figure CEO. In this final episode, I want to say thank you to all of you who have listened and sup…
 
In this episode we pick the brains of two commissioning editors to find out exactly what they want from freelance journalists. We discuss pitching techniques, reliability and writing skills with The Observer deputy news editor Lisa Bachelor and Pulse magazine editor Jaimie Kaffash. The Guests Lisa Bachelor @lisabachelor Jaimie Kaffash @jkaffash Res…
 
Episode SummaryHow can you grow your business as a freelancer? Our panel discusses the different paths to grow your business, hiring a team, climbing the value chain, and aligning your growth goals with what you want out of your business. Panelists Erik Dietrich Marg Reffell Kai Davis Meg Cumby Panel Picks Each episode, the panel (and guest) share …
 
Selling a business is something many entrepreneurs dream about. While some are content to own and operate their own business for the long-term, others set out with the goal to eventually sell or exit the business to pursue other interests. But just because you’re ready to sell your business doesn’t mean it’s the right move or that the process will …
 
In this episode we unpick issues around the lack of diversity in the media and how it impacts freelance journalists. We discuss how to tackle this growing concern with travel writer Travis Levius and freelance journalist and author Saima Mir. The Guests Travis Levius @misterlevius https://www.instagram.com/misterlevius Saima Mir @SaimaMir https://s…
 
Episode SummaryWe talk with Brian Casel, entrepreneur and creator of ProcessKit and Productize & Scale, about how to create systems that bring order to your business and how to productize your services. Links ProcessKit Productize and Scale GuestOur guest this week is Brian Casel — an entrepreneur and product designer who has built multiple self-fu…
 
In this episode we speak to broadcast journalist Sam Ashoo and former professional netball player Sarah Leach about breaking into a freelance career in sports journalism. We also discuss the impact of Covid-19, the obstacles faced by women reporters in sports and how to negotiate pay rates as a freelance journalist. The Guests Sam Ashoo @samashoo_t…
 
Episode SummaryThinking about using YouTube for marketing, promotion and audience growth? Our panel talks about our experiences using this channel and what we'd recommend for people considering adding this channel into the mix for their business.Panelists Marg Reffell Reuven Lerner Erik Dietrich Kai Davis Panel PicksEach episode, the panel (and gue…
 
Hello and welcome back. If this is your first time joining then, welcome. This podcast is for digital entrepreneurs carving out their slice of the online economy. To download my free guide on starting a business online, head over to digitalnomadcafe.com/start. Today's guest is Veronica Sagastume. She teaches accounting, bookkeeping & tax business o…
 
Even though this year has been full of challenges, there’s still much to be learned that we can apply to how we move into next year. There’s a lot to be thankful for, especially the growth and resilience that have emerged from the obstacles we’ve all faced in the past year, and I want to spend some time talking about how you can take that growth an…
 
Can you have a successful freelance journalism career outside of London? This week we spoke to two freelancers living outside the capital about how they make it work and the benefits of being based elsewhere in the country. Broadcast journalist Danielle Hayden currently lives in Manchester and is determined to work away from London, whilst print jo…
 
The Elusive Work-Life Balance Episode SummaryWe talk about the struggles we face with the ever-present puzzle of balancing work and life as freelancers and indie consultants and the strategies and mindsets we've developed to have some modicum of balance in our lives.Panelists Meg Cumby Jeremy Green Marg Reffell Reuven Lerner Panel PicksEach episode…
 
The concept of overflow is similar in some ways to the concept of abundance. It’s the idea that the natural state of your life can be an overflow in all areas. To truly embody the concept of overflow, you have to decide to sit in that space and expect that overflow. Overflow of money, of health, of relationships, of love, of support, or whatever it…
 
Episode SummaryWhere can you find leads in the short term if you're in need of work now? What are strategies you can use to find better quality leads? We answer those questions and share resources to help you on your journey to building leadflow and a sustainable business.Links Mentioned The Brain Audit by Sean D'Souza Get Clients Now by C. J. Hayd…
 
Hello and welcome back. If this is your first time joining then, welcome. This podcast is for digital entrepreneurs carving out their slice of the online economy. To download my free guide on starting a business online, head over to digitalnomadcafe.com/start. Today's guest is Francis Nayan, born in Manila, raised in Memphis, and currently living i…
 
Getting started as a freelancer or with self-employment of any kind can feel like a big risk. There are many unknowns that often become roadblocks. Fear of taking a risk and failing can be debilitating without the right mindset. Chris Misterek, the founder of Self-Made Web Designer, joins me today to talk about how you can give yourself permission …
 
Episode SummaryWe talk with Alex Hillman about lessons for freelancers and indie consultants from his recently released book, the Tiny MBA. Alex drops a lot of wisdom in this episode about how to tackle and unpack some of the issues we face with money psychology, playing the long game of business, and more.Links Mentioned Tiny MBA 30x500 Indy Hall …
 
Proposals drive freelance and contract businesses. But how do you know if your proposals are any good? By the time you present a proposal to a potential client, you should know enough about their pain points and goals that you can create something your prospect can’t say no to. I’ll share my proposal builder with you, but we’ll also discuss how you…
 
Episode SummaryToday we'll be discussing sales and marketing and how to use marketing to improve the sales experience as a freelancer.Links Mentioned Cold Email Podcast Sales 101 for Freelance Devs — Avoiding the Pain You’re About to Experience (Erik Dietrich blog post) Panelists Erik Dietrich Meg Cumby Marg Reffell Reuven Lerner Panel PicksEach ep…
 
Hello and welcome back. If this is your first time joining then, welcome. This podcast is for digital entrepreneurs carving out their slice of the online economy. To download my free guide on starting a business online, head over to digitalnomadcafe.com/start Today's guest is Chris Rush the account manager of Off2Class. Chris spent 2 years travelin…
 
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