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Nov 24, 2015

Julia Kelly details how she went from minimum wage to running an incredibly successful company.

In this episode, we talk about how checking in with a client post-project and asking specific questions lead to great testimonials and even more work. Check out what to do after completing a client’s project in the Freelancer’s Guide, under “Post-Project: What Now?” The questions there are a little vague for a sizzling testimonial, but between that and Julia’s advice, you’re primed to start succeeding in the wrap-up realm.

Julia’s website – which I can’t stop fawning over – was created by the talented Corey Tiani.

Nov 17, 2015

122,500,453,020 emails are sent every hour. 72% of consumers say that email is their favored method of communication with who they do business with. It's important. Do it right. 

Kurt Elster is an e-commerce consultant and freelance business coach. He helps teach freelancers and consultants how to earn more money and work with better clients. You can follow him on twitter here

His email templates for freelancers are 50% off here

In this podcast, we discuss Five.sentenc.es and Inbox Pause.

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Nov 10, 2015

If you can choose between finding clients yourself and having clients find you, I strongly suggest the latter. 

Nick Disabato runs Draft Revise and he wrote Cadence & Slang, a book about interactive design. 

Here's some other stuff from Nick that you may find valuable:

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Nov 3, 2015

Keith Perhac and Bryce Bladon discuss how they manage to work remotely. 

Keith runs Segmetrics (analytics for people who use infusionsoft) and Summit Evergreen (online courses for product creators).

Check out our previous episode on travelling while working here: http://clientsfromhell.net/post/129137352708/travel-while-working-without-scrubbing-toilets

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