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Unemployable provides actionable strategies for thousands of freelancers, consultants, coaches, and entrepreneurs. Brian Clark is an entrepreneur who has started eight successful businesses, and he draws upon his own evolution from solo to CEO to deliver valuable lessons and impactful interviews. Notable guests include Seth Godin, Dan Pink, Jenny Blake, Tim Ferriss, Henry Rollins, Laura Roeder, Michael Stelzner, Chris Brogan, Emily Thompson, Darren Rowse, Andrew Warner, John Lee Dumas, Kathleen Shannon, and Gary Vaynerchuk.

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The Essential Project Management Tools For Freelancers

As a freelancer, you’re juggling a lot of things at once on a regular basis. From managing client work to making sure you pay your quarterly taxes on time, you’ve got quite a bit to remember and get done. It goes without saying that managing your workload, client relationships, and administrative tasks come with the freelancer territory. What’s more — being able to do all three efficiently while simultaneously producing your best work will be what sets you apart from others. Project management software can help you keep track of everything you need to run your freelance business all in one place. Having a solid grasp on your business can help you run things more efficiently, which means you can allocate more time to creating your best work — whether it be for a client or your own business. How do you know which project management tool is going to work best for you? In this edition of our Essential Tools for Freelancers series, Brian Clark discusses the benefits of using a proje...

11 MIN1 weeks ago
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The Essential Project Management Tools For Freelancers

The Art of Conversational Copywriting

At the heart of any successful small business is a creative human being. And it’s important that we remember to put our very human voice out there to connect with our preferred clients and customers. And yet, when it comes to writing copy or content, we often stiffen up. Being an authentic human being should be the most natural thing ever -- so why does it often feel so unnatural when we try? Plus, authenticity is determined by the audience, not by whatever pops in your head to say. And that means that communicating in a relatable way takes a lot of listening, and then mirroring back to your audience the language that they prefer. In this episode, we’re joined by copywriter Nick Usborne, who specializes in “conversational copy.” Tune in to hear some of Nick’s favorite methods for creating engaging messages that catch and hold attention, while inching people ever closer to doing business with you. Here is the link Nick mentions during the episode: https://conversationalcopywriti...

47 MIN1 weeks ago
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The Art of Conversational Copywriting

How to Scale Your Business Without Sacrificing Freedom

No matter what your idea of freedom is — whether it’s maximizing earnings or maximizing lifestyle — you will have to find reliable ways to earn more money in less time to achieve it. Otherwise, you just end up sacrificing the freedom that drew you to becoming a freelancer or entrepreneur in the first place. Ed Gandia has spent the last decade living on the margins of his business and finding ways to scale it without adding the freedom-robbing complexity that we all want to avoid. And now he teaches writers how to do the same — how to earn more in less time, and how to think more like entrepreneurs than craftsmen. Listen on to hear Ed and Brian Clark discuss a number of simple methods that Ed has learned for how to “scale light,” plus a few more advanced methods for how to “scale lean.” Each of these methods have helped Ed skip ahead of simple incremental growth and instead experience massive leaps in output and revenue, and, most importantly, having the space he’s needed to...

51 MIN2 weeks ago
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How to Scale Your Business Without Sacrificing Freedom

Latest Episodes

The Essential Project Management Tools For Freelancers

As a freelancer, you’re juggling a lot of things at once on a regular basis. From managing client work to making sure you pay your quarterly taxes on time, you’ve got quite a bit to remember and get done. It goes without saying that managing your workload, client relationships, and administrative tasks come with the freelancer territory. What’s more — being able to do all three efficiently while simultaneously producing your best work will be what sets you apart from others. Project management software can help you keep track of everything you need to run your freelance business all in one place. Having a solid grasp on your business can help you run things more efficiently, which means you can allocate more time to creating your best work — whether it be for a client or your own business. How do you know which project management tool is going to work best for you? In this edition of our Essential Tools for Freelancers series, Brian Clark discusses the benefits of using a proje...

11 MIN1 weeks ago
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The Essential Project Management Tools For Freelancers

The Art of Conversational Copywriting

At the heart of any successful small business is a creative human being. And it’s important that we remember to put our very human voice out there to connect with our preferred clients and customers. And yet, when it comes to writing copy or content, we often stiffen up. Being an authentic human being should be the most natural thing ever -- so why does it often feel so unnatural when we try? Plus, authenticity is determined by the audience, not by whatever pops in your head to say. And that means that communicating in a relatable way takes a lot of listening, and then mirroring back to your audience the language that they prefer. In this episode, we’re joined by copywriter Nick Usborne, who specializes in “conversational copy.” Tune in to hear some of Nick’s favorite methods for creating engaging messages that catch and hold attention, while inching people ever closer to doing business with you. Here is the link Nick mentions during the episode: https://conversationalcopywriti...

47 MIN1 weeks ago
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The Art of Conversational Copywriting

How to Scale Your Business Without Sacrificing Freedom

No matter what your idea of freedom is — whether it’s maximizing earnings or maximizing lifestyle — you will have to find reliable ways to earn more money in less time to achieve it. Otherwise, you just end up sacrificing the freedom that drew you to becoming a freelancer or entrepreneur in the first place. Ed Gandia has spent the last decade living on the margins of his business and finding ways to scale it without adding the freedom-robbing complexity that we all want to avoid. And now he teaches writers how to do the same — how to earn more in less time, and how to think more like entrepreneurs than craftsmen. Listen on to hear Ed and Brian Clark discuss a number of simple methods that Ed has learned for how to “scale light,” plus a few more advanced methods for how to “scale lean.” Each of these methods have helped Ed skip ahead of simple incremental growth and instead experience massive leaps in output and revenue, and, most importantly, having the space he’s needed to...

51 MIN2 weeks ago
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How to Scale Your Business Without Sacrificing Freedom

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