For focused entrepreneurs pursuing digital freedom

How I went from 0 clients to having the freedom to pick and choose who I work with, using a proven no B.S method.

Dear aspiring freelancer,

If you're eager to fast-track your journey towards a thriving freelance business that empowers you to work on your terms, with your chosen clients, from anywhere in the world, then this message is your guiding light.

Here are the essential insights:

In today's digital age, the freelance landscape is brimming with possibilities. It's your gateway to pursuing your passion, achieving financial independence, and dictating your own career path. However, the online sphere is witnessing an influx of freelancers every day, making it increasingly challenging to stand out amidst the noise.

Your unique talents and aspirations deserve recognition. So, if you're determined to connect with clients who appreciate your skills and insights, this next section deserves your full attention.

I extend an exclusive invitation to join a community of over 1,000 entrepreneurial freelancers who have harnessed a proven system—one that I've personally used to attract a highly engaged clientele of over 190,000 individuals and establish a multi-six-figure freelance business.

But before we dive deeper into this opportunity, let me walk you through my own journey: from a struggling freelancer in a sea of sameness to the architect of a flourishing, freedom-centric business. Along the way, I'll demonstrate how you can embark on a similar path to freelance success.

Freelance Jumpstart - Course Outline


Course Introduction:

  • In the course introduction, you can briefly explain the benefits of freelancing, such as flexibility, potential for higher income, and independence.
  • Mention some successful freelancers as inspiring examples.
  • Set clear expectations for what students will learn throughout the course.

You and Your Business

Setting up as a Freelancer:

  • Provide guidance on registering a business name or doing business as (DBA) if needed.
  • Explain the importance of separating personal and business finances.
  • Offer tips on creating a professional online presence (website, social media profiles) for your freelance business.

Choosing a Niche:

  • Discuss the advantages of specializing in a particular niche, such as higher rates and a more targeted client base.
  • Provide exercises or worksheets to help students identify their niche based on their skills and interests.

Taking Payments:

  • Explain different payment methods freelancers can use (e.g., PayPal, bank transfers, invoicing software).
  • Discuss payment terms, including when to invoice and how to handle late payments.

Managing Clients:

  • Emphasize the importance of clear communication with clients.
  • Provide strategies for managing client expectations and addressing conflicts professionally.

Your Portfolio

What to Include:

  • Suggest including a variety of project types and showcasing your versatility.
  • Explain how to tailor your portfolio to your chosen niche.

How to Set It Up:

  • Offer recommendations for portfolio platforms or website builders.
  • Provide tips for creating compelling project descriptions and case studies.

Purpose of the Portfolio Site:

  • Highlight that the portfolio is a tool for attracting and impressing potential clients.
  • Explain how it can serve as a validation of your skills and expertise.

Finding Clients

Where to Find Clients:

  • Discuss various channels for finding clients, including job boards, social media, and industry-specific forums.
  • Share insights on researching and targeting your ideal clients.

Approaching 'Cold' Prospects:

  • Provide templates or scripts for reaching out to potential clients.
  • Stress the importance of personalized and value-driven initial messages.

Following Up:

  • Share follow-up strategies and reminders for nurturing leads.
  • Emphasize the need for persistence without being pushy.

Onboarding Clients

Systematic Approach to Onboarding:

  • Outline a step-by-step process for onboarding new clients, from the first contact to project kickoff.
  • Include a checklist or template for clients to fill out.

Finding The Information:

  • Explain the key information you need from clients, such as project requirements, goals, and timelines.
  • Offer strategies for gathering this information efficiently.


  • Stress the importance of having a clear and legally binding contract.
  • Provide examples of contract templates or recommend legal resources.

Payment Terms:

  • Discuss options for payment schedules (e.g., upfront, milestones, recurring).
  • Explain the benefits of different payment structures for freelancers.

Completing the Work

Updating the Client Through the Project:

  • Describe effective communication practices during the project, including status updates and progress reports.
  • Highlight the role of transparency in maintaining client trust.


  • Explain how to handle client revision requests, including setting limits and managing scope creep.
  • Offer strategies for maintaining project timelines while accommodating revisions.

After the Work


  • Guide students on how to request and gather testimonials from satisfied clients.
  • Discuss how testimonials can build trust with potential clients.

Follow Up and Check-In:

  • Emphasize the value of staying in touch with past clients for potential repeat business and referrals.
  • Share ideas for maintaining long-term relationships with clients.

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