Ed Gandia, co-author of the bestselling book, The Wealthy Freelancer, reveals how to propel your writing business to the six-figure level (or the part-time equivalent). In this nuts-and-bolts, no-nonsense podcast, you'll discover how to get better clients, earn more in less time, and bring more freedom and joy into your writing business. Ed will walk you through the practical, “doable” systems and strategies he has developed in his own writing business — the same systems he has taught his pr ...
Smarter Freelancing: Freelance Work | Getting Clients | Freelance Writing | Freelance Design | Ed Gandia
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 ...
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Just Add Hustle is a podcast for wealth-minded writers who are looking for actionable advice, proven strategies, and real world examples on how to make money writing. Your host, Paul Buzan, brings you interviews with brilliant copywriters, authors, entrepreneurs, publishers and other experts who profit from the written word. These guests reveal their secrets for freelance writing success, Kindle publishing, little-known writing opportunities, email marketing and more. If you’re ready to enjo ...
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