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Freelance Heroes

By Freelance Heroes

Whether you’re thinking of becoming a freelancer, you are a freelancer, or you work with the freelance community, then you’ve come to the right place.

Each week, we will put your questions to experts with the aim of making the lives of freelancers better – whether that’s through better efficiency, productivity, motivation, or something else. We’ll also be speaking with business owners who not only work with freelancers but truly understand the joys and pains of the freelancing community. For more information visit and follow #FreelanceHeroes across social media.
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Episode 12 - Anti-Sell ft Steve Morgan

Freelance HeroesJul 30, 2020

#60: Looking After Number One ft Michala Leyland

#60: Looking After Number One ft Michala Leyland

Michaela Leyland is the founder of Wood For The Trees Coaching and a "hybrid" freelancer, as a performance and mindset coach, for the last 7 years.

Michala believes that freelancers, and other business owners, should have greater clarity of their vision and then live their vision now, because our vision is very much possible right this minute, even when we set future-forward goals.

In this episode, Michala talks about the freelancing journey that has brought her to today. She also shares some of her experience and wisdom to help you plan for the coming weeks, months, and the year ahead too.

Nov 18, 202144:26
#59: Connect - Collaborate - Celebrate

#59: Connect - Collaborate - Celebrate

#EFWeek 2021 is an annual event focused on recognition and community building — providing freelancers with the opportunity to come together, focus on issues close to them and take collective action. In this episode, I chat with 2 of the founders of European Freelancers Week with other freelancers chipping in too. 

We talk about the state of freelancing, what collaboration looks like, how Governments can (and should) do more to help, and much more too. 

Get involved at and #FreelanceHeroes across social media. 

Nov 03, 202101:01:01
#58 We're All In It Together - ft Steve Folland & Frankie Tortora

#58 We're All In It Together - ft Steve Folland & Frankie Tortora

Steve Folland and Frankie Tortora are two heroes of mine, for all they give to supporting freelancers around the world. They run their own communities, podcasts, book clubs, and more and, in this episode, I felt it was time to get to know them a bit better. What made them set up their own communities? How does it help them and their members? What have been their own highs and lows of their freelancing journey? These questions and more are chatted about and more. About Steve Folland Steve is a video/podcast producer, running his business whilst also looking after his two kids. His other babies are the long-running Being Freelance podcast where Steve chats to freelancers from around the world about their story. And co-hosting the award-winning* Doing It For The Kids podcast - a fun Q&A for those parents freelancing 'with kids in the mix'. He does this with his friend, co-mentor and founder of the Doing It For The Kids community, graphic designer Frankie Tortora. These days Steve spends a lot of time hanging out in the Being Freelance Community where he brings together self-employed creatives from around the world for support, fun and biscuits. *Bronze for Best Business Podcast at the British Podcast Awards 2020 and shortlisted again for 2021! About Frankie Tortora Frankie is a freelance graphic designer, mum of two and founder of Doing It For The Kids — a community by and for freelance parents. Through the DIFTK blog, Facebook community, face-to-face meetups and podcast, Frankie is proving that all sorts of good stuff can occur when self-employed parents are given the opportunity to connect. Connect with Frankie at and

Jun 16, 202152:05
#57 - How To Be a Published Freelancer
Jun 09, 202144:05
#56 - Freelancing in a Pandemic - One Year On
Jun 02, 202139:04
#55 - Why Freelancing is the Future of Work
May 25, 202101:26:28
#54 - Starting a Freelance Business in 2021 ft Nakita Gilbert

#54 - Starting a Freelance Business in 2021 ft Nakita Gilbert

What is it like to start a freelance business in 2021? How do you attract and win your first client?  What is the transition from an office environment to a company of one like? How should you manage your time? There is a lot to focus on, both big and small, when starting a freelancing journey. On top of that, there is the matter of a pandemic too.

This week, Ed chats to the third in a series of conversations with freelancers who launched their business in 2021.

About Nakita Gilbert

Nakita is a graduate of the University of Cambridge where she read Politics, Psychology, and Sociology (specialising in Psychology). Since graduating, Nakita has spent several years in research (resulting in several papers of which she is a co-author). Nakita then went on to work as part of Human Resources coordinating Equality, Diversity, and Inclusion-related projects. This included working in higher education and supporting the construction and submission of Athena SWAN applications, the building of wellbeing programmes, and critical analysis and action planning following staff surveys.

This background and experience led Nakita to set up Five Ways Consultancy to bring together interrelated areas of work under the heading of staff engagement. Five Ways now offers a range of packages and individually tailored services to help companies critically assess and improve staff engagement.

Connect with Nakita on Linkedin at and her website at

May 21, 202130:56
#53 - Starting a Freelance Business in 2021 ft Gareth Hawkins
May 11, 202130:09
#52 - The Geek’s Guide to Growing Your Freelance Business

#52 - The Geek’s Guide to Growing Your Freelance Business

“Look back to learn how to look forward.” - Jo Girard

There is so much data available to us that understanding which data is most relevant to our freelance business, and how to use it efficiently, can be a daunting task. This week, we start to unearth the hows, whats, and where, to understand where we are in order to move forward.

Katie Thompson In Her Own Words

Professional content marketing with a sense of humour – if she says so herself.

If you’ve ever tried researching a blog post, writing an ad, or even throwing a bio together, you’ll understand how difficult it is. Good content – that which inspires, educates, and entertains – takes time. It’s an art and a science, and goodness knows you don’t have time for both.

That’s where Katie Lingo comes in. Whether you need a website rewrite, an in-depth blog post, magazine interview or simple press release, we’re here to help. Let us handle the content, the house style, the grammar, and the tone, while you focus on growing your business. The right message won’t just keep the Google gods happy. It will excite your audience, and push them to convert.

Connect at and

May 06, 202137:43
#51 - Starting a Freelance Business in 2021 ft Deborah Frampton
Apr 28, 202126:51
#50 - Managing Clients, Communities & Circles, Jots & Tittles
Apr 21, 202101:02:48
#49 - Collaboration, Happipreneurs, and Why Micro Biz Matters

#49 - Collaboration, Happipreneurs, and Why Micro Biz Matters

Some people dip their toes in the pool of support offered to others. Tony Robinson OBE dives into the deep end and has been a long vocal campaigner for freelancers, micro-businesses, and (more recently) those excluded by Government support during the Covid pandemic. What drives him on? How can freelancers, and other business owners, help each other? How would Tony's business world differ from the one we're in now?

All these and more are discussed in this week's podcast. 

About Tony Robinson OBE

Tony Robinson OBE is the Micro Business Champion, multiple business owner, #PayIn30Days Campaigner, Co-Founder of the Annual #MicroBizMatters Day and Movement, Co-founder of the Micro Business Awards UK, Founder of the SFEDI Group, Chair of Yorkshire in Business Limited and Patron of the John Cracknell Youth Enterprise Bank.

Tony has been awarded an OBE for services to small firms and two Lifetime Achievement Awards for Enterprise. He was the National Enterprise Network's Enterprise Support Champion 2019. He is a judge for the UK's most prestigious entrepreneur awards competitions and a prolific author of fiction and non -fiction.

Tony's latest business book is the culmination of a two-year project with co-author, Taryn Lee Johnston, to write the new 'Small is Beautiful ' entitled 'The Happipreneur - Why MicroBizMatters?'. He is on a never-ending tour with his 'Who Wants To Be A Happipreneur?' talk to raise funds for the #ExcludedUK Hardship Fund.

Find out more at:

You can also order Happipreneur from your local bookstore or here at Amazon

Apr 14, 202153:14
#48 - Productivity, Procrastination, and Overcoming the Struggle
Apr 07, 202149:29
#47 - How to Motivate Yourself When You're Just Not Feeling it
Mar 30, 202153:54
#46: You're The Business ft Anna Codrea-Rado
Mar 23, 202158:59
#45: Pitching Your Business: Getting It Right Online

#45: Pitching Your Business: Getting It Right Online

Last week we looked at tools to grow a freelance business and those who play the biggest part in that are our clients. This week, we look at how to best pitch ourselves and our business, when speaking with new and existing clients. To help you with this, Ed speaks with Jenna Davies, who has worked with hundreds of entrepreneurs and business owners to pitch with confidence and impact.

Topics we will be covering, and questions we will be answering, include:

  • What are the key things that make a big difference when pitching your business online?
  • Tips on how to come across more confident online
  • How much of a difference does investing in quality equipment make? E.g. camera, microphone, lights, etc.
  • When I have the opportunity to pitch my business to someone, how can I make a great first impression every time?
  • How should I structure, start and end a pitch?

…and so much more.

About Jenna Davies

Jenna is a highly experienced training professional with a flair for public speaking. Since starting her career as a broadcast journalist, she has successfully navigated an exciting and varied career path that has led her to become a specialist in empowering others to up their game with their communication skills, through her business, The IAM Hub.

Jenna has worked with hundreds of entrepreneurs and business owners to pitch with confidence and impact while supporting teams of all sizes to present, network, and speak up with influence, reaping the career and business development rewards that come with it.

She is a speaker, event host, and pitch coach and her expertise has supported a wealth of organisations from start-ups to large corporates, alongside ambitious founders, to engage and inspire their audiences.

Connect with Jenna at
Mar 16, 202101:08:25
#44: Releasing The Handbrake from Your Freelance Business
Mar 09, 202101:12:31
#43: Building a Generation of Freelancers
Mar 02, 202151:41
#42: Pricing, Saying No, and the Image of Freelancing
Feb 23, 202101:03:20
#41 - Why Freelancers Are Key to ContentCal's Success

#41 - Why Freelancers Are Key to ContentCal's Success

Freelancing does have an image problem. This is why, across the Freelance Heroes community, we like to play our part on improving that and shout about the benefits of freelancers to many bigger businesses out there.

From time to time, as we have done previously with Coconut and Farilio, we like to talk to a business that truly understands the freelance community.

ContentCal is more than a content management tool used by many freelancers. Since its conception in 2016, it has also relied heavily on freelancers to help grow its business to where it is today.

So, what is it about the freelance community that it connects with? How employing freelancers has helped? How can freelancers be attractive to companies like ContentCal and successfully put themselves in front of those businesses? The best person to talk to for this is Andy Lambert. Director of Growth for ContentCal, and who has a lot of positives to talk about when it comes to the freelance community.

Feb 17, 202152:28
#40 - Solo: How to Work Alone (and Not Lose Your Mind)

#40 - Solo: How to Work Alone (and Not Lose Your Mind)

If you’ve ever worked for a bigger business, you will be aware of the experience of immediately slotting into a structure of work that was in place before we arrived. The hours, the tools, the environment, etc., have already been set. We just need to learn what they are so we can do the job on day one. However, when you started, did you think about the structure and processes you need for your business to function? Rebecca Seal didn’t and didn’t know a single solo worker who did.

In September 2020, Rebecca published “Solo”, which addresses what we gain but also miss when we shift from the structure of an office environment to the solitary confines of our homes or studios. It’s a fantastic book full of the stories we will all recognise in ourselves as freelancers.

In this episode, Rebecca shares some of those stories and talks about why she wrote the book, what she learned about herself as a freelancer while writing it, and how she sees freelancing evolving in the coming years.

About Rebecca Seal

Rebecca is an award-winning food, drink, lifestyle, and personal development writer, based in London. She also runs a photography studio, Kemble House.

She has been freelancing for over 10 years and, in an attempt to help other solo workers navigate, survive, and thrive in the strange world of working alone, wrote Solo: How To Work Alone (And Not Lose Your Mind. It’s an evidence-based book, pulling on behavioural science, organisation psychology, and economics. The book includes interviews from TED talkers, other solo workers, and many, many academics who specialise in work and well-being.

As well as all this, Rebecca has also written eight cookbooks, many of which have been published in different languages. Her journalism is published worldwide in broadsheet newspapers and magazines, and she regularly appears on UK television and radio, as well as podcasts and in short documentary films.

Feb 09, 202150:58
#39 - The Legal Side of Freelancing

#39 - The Legal Side of Freelancing

Do all freelancers really need a client contract? If so, what should it contain and is an email sufficient?

What is IR35, how does it affect me and what do I need to do?

What is the best way to get clients to pay me on time?

What does GDPR mean for Brexit?

How important are privacy policies and what do they cover?

Do freelancers need to register a trademark? 

In this latest Freelance Heroes podcast, we address all these questions are more and uncover the legal responsibilities of freelancers, as well as deal with any myths. Some of the questions asked have been submitted by the Freelance Heroes community. For this, we need to point out that this podcast is for information only and cannot be considered as advice. For that, speak to Babs via the links below.

About Barbara Jamieson

Babs advises on UK and US law, mainly on a wide range of corporate and commercial law matters. After she saw the issues with the legal sector, Babs was on a one-woman mission to shake things up! She has worked in big law firms, and with lots of small to medium-sized businesses, and knows there is a disconnect between what clients are looking for, and how big firms treat their clients.

Babs places huge value on building relationships - understanding a client's business, supporting a growth journey, and being that port of call along the way. She firmly believes that all legal advice should be easy to understand, straightforward and easy for small business owners to understand and apply.

Get in touch with Babs at and on her website at

Feb 02, 202157:04
#38: The Relentlessly Helpful Guide to Linkedin
Jan 27, 202157:53
#37 - Managing Mental Health as a Freelancer

#37 - Managing Mental Health as a Freelancer

The results of a report, to be published by Leapers, states that "64% of freelancers state that stress, anxiety, or poor mental health has had a negative impact on their ability to work, but only 29% say that looking after their own mental health is part of their plan to build a successful business."

In this week's podcast, I put your mental health and wellbeing questions to Danielle Bridge - founding Chief Executive of ABC Life Support CIC, an associate instructor for MHFA England as well as the Chair of the Cambridge Mental Health Network.

Questions include: is it really okay to not be okay?, What habits can we employ that help to create positive mental well-being?, how open do you think you should be with clients about your mental health?, and so much more. 

Show notes and details are at:

Jan 19, 202101:03:34
#36 - Freelance Positivity for 2021

#36 - Freelance Positivity for 2021

How positive are you feeling right now? How do you look for the positives when you’re feeling the opposite? How do you stay positive? And what impact does this all have on your freelance business?

This week's Freelance Heroes podcast aims to bring some positivity to you and your freelance business, and Ed would love to know how you go about that yourself, however, you are feeling. For example, you may be a generally positive person anyway or you may be feeling worried or anxious or something else and looking for those morsels of positivity. Do email your stories to

Today we meet Sophie Cross who is very much a positive person. Who Ed met on social media, either Linkedin or Twitter, about a year ago. Recently, Sophie hosted a Freelance Heroes Twitter chats which focused on the big wins, small wins, planning, and general positive outlook on freelancing. We find out how Sophie has kept that way in a difficult 12 months while moving to a new house…twice. We also learn how Sophie sets her goals and how she deals with so much chaos around us.

About Sophie Cross

As the travel and hospitality industry shut down in 2020, a lot of my freelance marketing and copywriting client work went with it.

After more than a couple of very long, thoughtful walks, I knew this was the time to start doing my very best marketing - to stand out, stay positive, and support others.

I decided to put all my experience into creating marketing and mindset courses for ambitious freelancers and small businesses which would also put me at the forefront for clients. But as the client work started to pick up again, I was already getting really good feedback and sales for the courses, not to mention loving doing them.

My priority now is to lift other freelancers and business owners with online courses that give them the confidence to market themselves and grow businesses they truly love. Find free marketing courses and resources at

And I am hoping soon to be Editor-in-Chief of

Make sure you connect with me on LinkedIn or Twitter if we're not already in touch. And excuse the fact that for some inexplicable reason I've started using more emojis than my mum. 👋😎

You can connect with Sophie at:

Subscribe to Sophie's marketing mindset blog >

Get free marketing courses and resources >

Jan 12, 202154:12
#35 - Just Ask: Why Seeking Support is Your Greatest Strength

#35 - Just Ask: Why Seeking Support is Your Greatest Strength

In Freelance Heroes, we often talk about how no business owner, freelancer, etc knows all that’s needed to run & grow a business, and if 2020 taught us one thing, it’s that we frequently experience new challenges that we’re unprepared for. This is why having a reliable network is invaluable, to help you navigate it all and, if you haven’t already, help yourself now by growing a trusted network. Then, when you have, ask them for help when you need it. 

As you’ll hear, in this week’s podcast, asking for help is not a sign of weakness. It’s a sign you want to remain strong. So why don’t more people do it? What stops them? Where does it come from? And how can we break through that feeling of vulnerability and ask for help more often? 

Andy Lopata has written a book called “Just Ask” and we learn many of the lessons and stories are written about in the book. 

About Andy Lopata 

A specialist in professional relationships and networking for over 20 years, Andy Lopata was called ‘one of Europe’s leading business networking strategists’ by the Financial Times and ‘a true master of networking’ by the Independent and A very experienced international speaker, Andy is the author of five books, has been quoted in a number of other business books, and regularly quoted in the international press. Andy is a Fellow and a Board Member of the Professional Speaking Association UK & Ireland (PSA) and a Fellow of the Learning and Performance Institute as well as a Master of the Institute for Sales Management. He is also one of just 26 recipients of the PSA’s top honour, the ‘Award of Excellence’.

Jan 05, 202150:38
#34 - Telling Your Freelance Story During a Pandemic

#34 - Telling Your Freelance Story During a Pandemic

This week’s guest, Helen Deakin, recently wrote a blog post for Freelance Heroes entitled “Telling Your Freelance Story During Coronavirus” in which she included “Telling your freelance story – explaining who you are, how you can help, and demonstrating your values – is more important now than ever.” She added “As a freelancer, you have your own brand to protect. Taking some time to consider how you are communicating during this crisis will help you build and maintain your reputation.”

We have all got a lot to deal with at the moment, so what better way to kick off the year with a clearer direction of how we help ourselves to stand out to our audience, amongst the noise and show the authenticity that makes us more attractive.

As Maya Angelou famously wrote, “I’ve learned that people will forget what you said, people will forget what you did, but people will never forget how you made them feel.”

Dec 29, 202036:27
#33 - Songwriting in the Rain: The Impact of 2020 on a Freelance Singer-Songwriter

#33 - Songwriting in the Rain: The Impact of 2020 on a Freelance Singer-Songwriter

2020 has affected freelancers in so many different ways and in this week's episode, we focus on the musical career of singer-songwriter, Paul Henshaw. Paul had a goal to build a business as a performer and to be entirely self-sufficient from it. All was going well having released a new album towards the end of 2019, but we all know what happened soon after. So how did lockdown affect him, as a  performer, as a human, and as a business person? What did he do to mitigate the damage? What are his goals for 2021? 

During this episode, Paul gives us an exclusive performance too. We also finish the podcast with a festive treat, the lyrics of which are at

About Paul Henshaw

With a catalogue of albums encompassing Henshaw’s solo and full band work including the highly acclaimed "Five Compass Lighthouse" released in November 2019, and the 2020 release of the Henshaw & Booth (Dan Booth of Ferocious Dog) duet album “Revisit”, the growth Henshaw has experienced is clear. His songs are written from the heart with life experiences and stories clearly having the biggest influence. Paul Henshaw albums are always a roller coaster of emotions. As a songwriter, Henshaw’s lyrics have been likened to poetry, painting scenes that take you on a journey to the very place or situation being sung about, from the sad story of a young man who took his own life or going to an Iron Maiden concert with his 76-year-old Nan. Whether playing solo, with the backing of his band (The Scientific Simpletons) or as the Henshaw & Booth duet, he knows that an exciting and energetic live show is the key to making a performance a personal and memorable one, a message echoed over and over by his established and ever-growing following. Henshaw has shared stages with the likes of Mark Chadwick (The Levellers), Ferocious Dog, Pigeon Detectives, Newton Faulkner, Tony Wright (Terrorvision), Gary Stringer (Reef), and has played numerous festivals including the 2019 Glastonbury Festival. Paul Henshaw is a committed, professional, and experienced songwriter and performer who strives to make interesting music with songs that are deep and drenched in honesty. Find out more at

Dec 23, 202001:01:04
#32 - A Freelance Christmas Party
Dec 16, 202056:32
#31 - The Personality of Freelancing
Dec 09, 202057:47
#30 - A Podcast About Podcasting
Dec 02, 202001:27:14
#29 - Relocation, Relocation, Relocation

#29 - Relocation, Relocation, Relocation

If this year’s pandemic wasn’t enough to create a business strategy rethink, Freelance Journalist Jenny Stallard also moved to a new house from the city of London to rural Oxfordshire. 

How did the move impact Jenny’s freelance business? What about her close network of freelancers who lived near her? And what does the future look like? All these questions and more are answered in this week’s podcast. 

Find out more at

Nov 25, 202048:26
#28 - Why Asking For Help is a Sign of Strength
Nov 18, 202047:25
#27 – The Strength of a Freelance Community

#27 – The Strength of a Freelance Community

Being part of any community takes time and commitment. Like a physical networking event, you cannot just walk in and expect others to come flocking towards you. So how much time should you commit? And how do you measure what you get out of it? Also, if it’s not all about selling and letting people know what you do…what is the point of it all? In this episode, we travel to Northern Ireland and meet Dawn Baird, and here her answers to these questions, and how being an active part of a community has helped her own freelance business to start and grow.

Once you listened, please leave a review, and subscribe so you don’t miss an episode. Then, join the Freelance Heroes community to chat about the topics covered in this podcast and more, at

Meet Dawn Baird

Dawn Baird is a straight-talking Content Developer from Northern Ireland. Together with her husband Allen, she established communication consultancy Sensei in 2006. Their strapline is: Communicate Better. She is inspired by the enabling and liberating principles of Dweck’s Growth Mindset, Langer’s brand of Mindfulness, and anyone who has the cahones (Dawn’s own words here) to call a spade a spade. Over the last few years, Dawn has nailed one of her key professional goals – location independence – and loves to combine work with travel. In this episode, Ed chats with Dawn about… [left this bit so you can put your own spin on it]

Here is the blog mentioned in the episode:

Why Your Non-Entrepreneurial Family And Friends Don’t Understand What You Do:

You can also connect with Dawn at:





Nov 11, 202040:52
#26 - Understanding Marketing for Freelancers
Nov 04, 202047:30
#25 - Survival Skills for Freelancers
Oct 28, 202045:08
#24 - Being Freelance and Black

#24 - Being Freelance and Black

The Office of National Statistics reports that 2% of the UK's self-employed population class themselves as "Black/African/Caribbean". In this episode, Ed talks with Lauren Rosegreen, Toks Adebanjo Coyle, and Ella Orr about being freelancers and black.

Lauren Rosegreen

Lauren is new to freelancing, having set up her business in 2020 providing content, marketing strategy, and analysis of data for Socialb. In June, Lauren wrote a heartfelt account of events this year which brought the Black Lives Matters conversation back to the forefront, "The BLM movement from the perspective of a mixed-race female."

You can also connect with Lauren on Linkedin:

Toks (Adebanjo) Coyle

Edinburgh-based Toks is an award-winning Virtual Assistant to busy coaches and creatives and launched "Toks Adebanjo Virtual Assistant" in 2016.

You can connect with Toks at and on Linkedin at

Ella Orr

Ella is a Social Media Marketer and helps business to believe in the power of social media to help build that all-important Know, Like, and Trust relationship with their potential clients.

Connect with Ella at and on Linkedin at

Share your stories at and across social media using #FreelanceHeroes.

Oct 21, 202001:16:57
#23 - Growing a Freelance Business

#23 - Growing a Freelance Business

Alex Hughes hasn't had a conventional upbringing. He was almost kicked out of home, became a father at 14, and left school. Since then he has grown as a person and has spent the last 4 years building a portfolio of businesses in varied industries that continues to scale, with a brilliant team of Directors in each business driving them forward, and with over 50 employees across the businesses too. 

In this episode, Alex shares his lessons of growth and answers your questions about growth, such as How to grow, When to grow, Risks of growth, How to prepare for growth, When not to grow, and so much more. 

It's a fascinating and lesson-packed episode and you can connect with Alex at 

Oct 14, 202001:01:24
#22 - Why Big Business Needs Freelancers
Oct 07, 202048:02
#21 - Freelance Business Month ft Elina Jutelyte
Sep 30, 202035:47
#20 - How Freelancing Has Changed in 20 Years
Sep 23, 202044:56
Episode 19 - Starting Out in 2020 - 6 Months In ft Amy Solon
Sep 16, 202056:45
Episode 18 - Starting Out in 2020 - 3 Months In ft Carla Barker
Sep 09, 202056:54
Episode 17 - Starting Out in 2020 - 6 Months In ft Jyoti Rambhai
Sep 04, 202034:01
Episode 16 - 5 Top Tips for Freelancers

Episode 16 - 5 Top Tips for Freelancers

This week, we look back at some of the 15 episodes so far and rediscover a few of the many lessons learned, thanks to Merlie Calvert, Bernie J Mitchell, Kate Atkin, Dr. Meg Aroll, Kathryn Peden...and a bonus tip too. Enjoy.

Aug 27, 202018:44
Episode 15 - How a Community Saved My Business
Aug 19, 202029:09
Episode 14 - ExcludedUK ft Anneka Hicks
Aug 13, 202059:34
Episode 13 - Freelancers Union ft Rafael Espinal
Aug 05, 202042:33
Episode 12 - Anti-Sell ft Steve Morgan
Jul 30, 202058:27
Episode 11 - Starting as a Freelancer in 2020

Episode 11 - Starting as a Freelancer in 2020

This week, we meet Carla Barker, Jyoti Rambhai, and Amy Solon who, – in the middle of this new world we call 2020 – have just started their new freelance businesses and have agreed to take us (and you) with them through the highs, lows, and lessons of their new journey.  First, Ed chats with all 3 to learn more about who they are, why they're starting now, and what lessons have they learnt so far. Enjoy!

Jul 22, 202057:57