One of the toughest parts of freelancing is figuring out how to price your work. For me at least. When I first started out I prayed the clients would just tell me what they’d pay so I didn’t have to send a quote or try and figure out what I needed to charge for projects or articles.
If I’m describing your freelance life right now, or if you’re struggling to figure out how to price your work for clients/customers then boy oh boy do I have a treat for you! My new course How to Price Your Work has just launched and is on special this week!
Read on my friends, read on.
Is your art your passion? Do you have a creative side hustle you wish would be your full-time gig? Are you looking for a way out from your day job?
If so, you’re not alone.
I first realized this a couple years back when my business bestie and I pitched, created and led a four-part workshop called How to Monetize Your Art. We met with a group of talented creatives who wanted to make a living from their passion, their art. We got such a buzz from this experience we got to work on making a digital version of the workshop and I’m pleased to announce the first one is ready!
Called How to Price Your Work, this is (in my humble opinion) one of the TOUGHEST parts of being an artist entrepreneur.
Actually charging money. And dealing with money. And talking about money.
But if you do it right, it will change everything.
If you want to know more about the course check out the link above and if it sounds like something you’ll benefit from make sure to enroll right away and start pricing your work properly.
I want nothing more than to see you succeed in your life and business and if pricing your art so you’ll actually make money is that for you, then don’t hesitate to join us in the course. If you’re on the fence or have questions, don’t hesitate to reach out. I’m happy to go into more detail about the course and trust me, I only want you in it if it’s a good fit.
And if that wasn’t enough, in the course I also reveal That Time I Thought I Should Become a Professional Knitter, which went about as well as you’d expect. Hah. Makes for a great story though!
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- Freelance Writing for Beginners
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