Be honest: what brought you here?

The reason you got into your creative field was that you are passionate about the art. But by now you’ve realized that being a successful creative involves much more than the actual creating.

It’s time to face the facts.

You are not a freelancer. Stop thinking of yourself as a hired gun paid by the hour. You’re not just the person who makes things. You know you do way more than that, and it’s time you start acting like it.

You are a business.

It’s time you start to think of yourself as an independent business owner who manages overhead, profit margins, and other people. Snap out of the freelancer mindset and see what you’re really capable of.

You're a Business Not a Freelancer

Build a business without losing your soul.

Stop selling. Start closing.

Learn business and negotiation skills to build a sustainable business and keep a steady stream of prospective clients.

Adopt a new mindset.

Act like a business owner. Be more confident in your sales conversations and understand your value.

Speak the language of business.

Finally understand what clients are saying, and speak on their same level to use to your advantage.

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Who this is for:

This lecture series is for creative freelancers who want to level up.

There’s nothing wrong with freelancing. But if you’re letting the title prevent you from growing, it’s time to change the way you view yourself. In this lecture, you’ll learn to erase the assumptions you have surrounding business, negotiation, and value to build a sustainable business—all while keeping your creative soul alive.

You're a Business Not a Freelancer

Learn to speak the language of business and creativity in this comprehensive lecture series.

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  • 120+ minutes of lecture content
  • Learn value-based pricing
  • Best practices for billing
  • Deal with client objections