The Freelance Podcast

By RJ McCollam

About this podcast   English    United States

Another podcast for freelancers? Yea, I know, but let me explain. Podcasts are an awesome way to learn from people that are where you want to be professionally and have the experience you can learn from. One thing I found is that some of the advice was a little beyond where I was at in my journey to make the jump to a full time freelancer. That is where The Freelance Podcast jumps in and tries to bridge the gap. I have talked with a lot of people that are in the position I was before I made the leap, working a full time job and freelancing on the side. The target audience for this podcast is those who are looking for advice and motivation to finally quit their job and focus 100% on what they love to do and why they freelance in the first place. I have been in your shoes and know the inspiration that a good podcast can have. This is not meant to be the best podcast for all freelancers, but instead is meant to be the best for those just getting started by giving real world advice and information that can be acted on immediately. Not advice that only works if you have a huge network of people or huge email list.
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Jan. 23, 2018 · transcript
SHOW NOTES: I answer some listener questions and then discuss the pro's and con's of overpromising as a freelancer. FOLLOW & SUBSCRIBE Please subscribe via your podcast service of choice and send in your questions and comments to podcast@rjmccollam.com. RATE THE FREELANCE PODCAST! You can help us reach other freelancers just like you and I by leaving a 5 star rating in iTunes for this podcast. If we have helped, or provided any useful information it would be awesome if you could leave us a rating. Thanks for listening.
Nov. 2, 2017
Show Notes: Freelance Q&A takes listener questions and I spend the whole episode answering them. Follow & Subscribe Please subscribe via your podcast service of choice and send in your questions and comments to podcast@rjmccollam.com. Rate The Freelance Podcast! You can help us reach other freelancers just like you and I by leaving a 5 star rating in iTunes for this podcast. If we have helped, or provided any useful information it would be awesome if you could leave us a rating. Thanks for listening.
June 9, 2017
Show Notes: Freelance Q&A takes listener questions and I spend the whole episode answering them. Follow & Subscribe Please subscribe via your podcast service of choice and send in your questions and comments to podcast@rjmccollam.com. Rate The Freelance Podcast! You can help us reach other freelancers just like you and I by leaving a 5 star rating in iTunes for this podcast. If we have helped, or provided any useful information it would be awesome if you could leave us a rating. Thanks for listening.
May 2, 2017
Show Notes: This is my 3rd annual review of what my year as a full-time freelancer was like. I go into my most successful year, tell you the exact amount of dollars I made, and go into why this was a super challenging year for me. Follow & Subscribe Please subscribe via your podcast service of choice and send in your questions and comments to podcast@rjmccollam.com. Rate The Freelance Podcast! You can help us reach other freelancers just like you and I by leaving a 5 star rating in iTunes for this podcast. If we have helped, or provided any useful information it would be awesome if you could leave us a rating. Thanks for listening.
Feb. 19, 2017
Show Notes: I sent out a newsletter recently asking for questions that I could help other freelancers with. I got some really good questions and in this episode I go through and answer them all. We talk about pricing, getting pst the struggle of clients who don't want to pay what you charge, and what is my intake process like for new clients. Follow & Subscribe Please subscribe via your podcast service of choice and send in your questions and comments to podcast@rjmccollam.com. Rate The Freelance Podcast! You can help us reach other freelancers just like you and I by leaving a 5 star rating in iTunes for this podcast. If we have helped, or provided any useful information it would be awesome if you could leave us a rating. Thanks for listening.
May 6, 2016
Show Notes: Sometimes you need to make sure you are taking all the noise coming your way and send it through your own personal filter. Never forget why you do what you do, and don't be afraid to stop other stuff so you can keep your foundation as a freelancer strong. Follow & Subscribe Please subscribe via your podcast service of choice and send in your questions and comments to podcast@rjmccollam.com. Rate The Freelance Podcast! You can help us reach other freelancers just like you and I by leaving a 5 star rating in iTunes for this podcast. If we have helped, or provided any useful information it would be awesome if you could leave us a rating. Thanks for listening.
April 22, 2016
Show Notes: Freelancers shouldn't over think giving numbers and timeframes. In this episode I go over what your thought process should be in order to get the people who want to work with you the information they need. Follow & Subscribe Please subscribe via your podcast service of choice and send in your questions and comments to podcast@rjmccollam.com. Rate The Freelance Podcast! You can help us reach other freelancers just like you and I by leaving a 5 star rating in iTunes for this podcast. If we have helped, or provided any useful information it would be awesome if you could leave us a rating. Thanks for listening.
April 15, 2016
Show Notes: Like the great white shark in the ocean, if a freelancer stops moving forward they die. Follow & Subscribe Please subscribe via your podcast service of choice and send in your questions and comments to podcast@rjmccollam.com. Rate The Freelance Podcast! You can help us reach other freelancers just like you and I by leaving a 5 star rating in iTunes for this podcast. If we have helped, or provided any useful information it would be awesome if you could leave us a rating. Thanks for listening.
April 8, 2016
Show Notes: I had a chance to talk with fellow freelancer Christopher Hawkins this week. We talked about Christopher's new course on how to understand and handle client conflict for freelancers. Links Christopher Hawkins at his personal website - http://www.christopherhawkins.com/ Christopher's free email course on conquering client conflict - http://www.christopherhawkins.com/free-course/ Christopher's podcast Chasing Product - http://www.chasingproduct.com/ Episode 39 of Chasing Product Your Product Business Is An Asset w/Glenn Stovall - http://www.chasingproduct.com/episodes/episode-39-your-product-business-is-an-asset-wglenn-stovall Episode 11 of The Freelance Podcast where I first talk to Christopher - http://rjmccollam.com/podcast/11/ Follow & Subscribe Please subscribe via your podcast service of choice and send in your questions and comments to podcast@rjmccollam.com. Rate The Freelance Podcast! You can help us reach other freelancers just like you and I by leaving a 5 star rating in iTunes for this podcast. If we have helped, or provided any useful information it would be awesome if you could leave us a rating. Thanks for listening.
April 1, 2016
Show Notes: Perception is such a powerful thing, and perception on your end as well as your clients will dictate how your relationship and projects go. Follow & Subscribe Please subscribe via your podcast service of choice and send in your questions and comments to podcast@rjmccollam.com. Rate The Freelance Podcast! You can help us reach other freelancers just like you and I by leaving a 5 star rating in iTunes for this podcast. If we have helped, or provided any useful information it would be awesome if you could leave us a rating. Thanks for listening.

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