Money Making Secrets of a Renegade Freelancer

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Money Making Secrets of a Renegade FreelancerIf you work with clients, you have a choice to make: You can either take control or you can be controlled… Guess which is more profitable?

It contains all of the lessons Gary Halbert tried to teach me in our year and a half together from his 30 years experience of working with clients.

Because this letter has one purpose and one purpose only: to sell you something that is so valuable that its contents can take you from a world of struggle and deliver you into a world where you live and work on your own terms.

That’s because the “work” is mainly about throwing out all the garbage you’ve been led to believe about dealing with clients and installing some new programs that will put you in control of your business and your life.

It’s time to throw out the junk that’s holding you back don’t you think? You better believe it’s time.

Well come along for the ride, because I’m about to take you deep into the dark corners of the freelancing world. And I’m about to tell you stuff that’ll start your blood boiling. Mainly because the same things have probably happened to you.

FACT: One of the quickest and easiest ways to make money in business is to take a commercially viable skill, go out and get clients, and do that thing for them.

FACT: Whether it’s copywriting, programming, graphic/web design or any other type of freelance work, you can have your business up by TOMORROW and be generating revenue very quickly.

FACT: As a savvy freelancer, you can make a VERY nice income without slaving away “working for the man” holed up in an office cubicle somewhere.

Freelancing sounds like a pretty sweet deal on the surface. But here’s where things start to go south:

I’ve had clients decide to hold a final payment hostage in an effort to squeeze out some more blood. (Don’t think for a minute that I caved. I got the money.)

I’ve had to call out the legal hounds on clients who had trouble getting invoices paid for work delivered… (I got the money owed once again.)

Heck, I’ve even had to fire clients who came to me with a creative definition about what it meant to be on the right side of the law. (I’m waiting for karma on that one.)

Let me be clear here. I’m not talking about the people that were my clients. The people I’ve worked with have nothing to do with this.

I’m just talking about the business model where you yourself provide a service in exchange for money. That’s where the problems can be found.

Someone looking in from the outside might think that I am too much of a “nice guy” to really be in the client business. And I think that would be a perfectly valid sounding excuse to explain why I got stepped on all the time…

But it’s not the truth. The truth is that I allowed myself to be treated that way, not because I was too nice, but because I was scared… and because I lacked a true sense of belief in my own value. Read more…

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