Join Petrula Vrontikis for an in-depth discussion in this video Next steps, part of Running a Design Business: Freelancing.
The most rewarding and most challenging thing about being a freelancer is that…you're in charge creatively and financially.…I'd like to use the analogy of a mountain climber and his base camp.…The mountain climber is your creativity and base camp is the support you need to…reach great heights.…Think of the business side of your venture as base camp.…If well-maintained, it frees you to be primarily focused on your creativity.…So attending base camp regularly, just a couple of hours a week, will enable you…to reach your creative summit.…
Just taking the time to view this course shows your commitment to your new venture.…It's a great beginning and you could look forward to more in-depth courses being…added to the Lynda.com Online Training Library.…I wish you all the best.…Be brilliant, and make your quarterly payments.…
- What is a freelancer?
- Tracking expenses
- Paying taxes
- Understanding business licenses
- Creating contracts and invoices
- Preparing, transferring, and storing files
- Tracking billing and payments
- Managing your work-life balance
Skill Level Beginner
Running a Design Business: Designer-Client Agreementswith Terry Lee Stone1h 10m Appropriate for all
Running a Design Business: Starting Smallwith Petrula Vrontikis1h 33m Appropriate for all
1. What Is a Freelancer?
3. Agreements and Contracts
4. Professional Practice
5. Organization and Getting Paid
Creating past-due notices2m 47s
6. Long-Term Success Strategies
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