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Whether you’re new to freelancing or a seasoned freelance operative, Brilliant Freelancer is packed full of ideas and case studies to help you build a happy, productive and profitable freelance life quickly and easily.
From building your client portfolio right through to staying motivated and surviving the tougher times, Brilliant Freelancer gives you everything you need to take charge of your career and start moving in the direction you want to go.
About the author
Part 1: The freelance essentials: what you need to know before you take the leap
Chapter 1: What does it mean to be a freelancer?
Chapter 2: Are you ready for freelancing?
Chapter 3: Make a smooth transition into freelancing
Chapter 4: Your first freelance jobs: how to find them and how to quote for them
Chapter 5: Becoming a company
Part2: Finding freelance work: how to find the most profitable and manageable work
Chapter 6: Take your ass to market
Chapter 7: Find work fast
Chapter 8: Networking: the power of people
Chapter 9: Get a website
Chapter 10: Blog for victory
Chapter 11: How to sell
Chapter 12: Get more work than you can handle
Part 3: Manage your clients (before they manage you)
Chapter 13: Managing clients
Chapter 14: Deal with (and decline) difficult clients
Chapter 15: The client’s side of the story
Part 4: Motivate yourself and get stuff done
Chapter 16: The art of motivation
Chapter 17: Choose a productive place to work
Chapter 18: Healthy body, healthy mind
Chapter 19: Healthy computers
Part 5: Protect yourself: finances, cash flow, credit control and contracts
Chapter 20: How to keep financial records
Chapter 21: Cash flow and the need for credit control
Chapter 22: Create a contract
Part 6: Next steps – and beyond!
Chapter 23: Partnerships, products and businesses