Mon, 30 March 2015
Nathan Powell has been working in the design industry for quite some time. In this episode he shares with us his early starts of handing out flyers for design work at a local pub, all the way to building up a flourishing career.
He then talks about his current transition from a full time designer to buildling and working on his new proposal software product Nusii.
I highly recommend Nusii
Seriously, within 5 minutes of trying the Nusii demo I was signed up as a paid customer.
It literally fixed a problem I didn't know that I had. For years I have been creating custom proposal designs in InDesign. This would take me at least 30-60 minutes to design every proposal even though the template was already created.
Nusii fixed that problem and turned a 60 minute job into a 5 minute job.
You just paste your proposal text into a Nusii template and it automatically fills it all out for you and generates a PDF or a web link where your customers can view your proposals.
It's awesome and I freaking love it!
Nusii Discount code
Use this link and the discount code jakejorgovan and you will get 50% off your subscription for the first 3 months!
I'm not getting any kickbacks for this product, I seriously just love it and know you will too!
Fri, 27 March 2015
In this episode I interview Chris & Bryant of Authentic Form and Function on what they have learned from building a remote creative agency.
They have great insights in this episode on starting an agency, attracting clients and handling a remote work culture.
Visit our website at www.workingwithoutpants.com
Wed, 25 March 2015
"The Creative Freelancer Show" is now called "Working without pants"
In this episode I dive deep into my story and explain how I started my creative career, got my first clients and how my business has evolved.
This episode is based on requests from several listeners who wanted to hear me tell a bit more about my career and my story.
Visit the shows website at workingwithoutpants.com
Fri, 13 March 2015
We are lead to believe that the price of creativity is driven by quality.
We believe that the best work deserves the highest price.
Unfortunately, that isn't true.
In this episode, I discuss the true drive of the price of creativity.
Tue, 10 March 2015
This is the final episode in this series on my book The Creative's Guide to Freelancing.
In this episode I cover working remotely. I talk about why you want to do it, the benefits that it can bring to your life and the different ways to approach it.
Then I explain the one thing that is absolutely necessary for you to build a remote income.
Tue, 10 March 2015
This is another episode in the series on my book The Creative's Guide to Freelancing.
For the most part, creative's seem to hate sales. They feel sleazy about it, or don't enjoy the process. But it doesn't have to be that way.
In this episode I cover sales strategy and a different approach on how to think about sales. You can turn sales from something you hate into something you truly enjoy.