Unemployable provides actionable strategies for thousands of freelancers, consultants, coaches, and entrepreneurs. Brian Clark is an entrepreneur who has started eight successful businesses, and he draws upon his own evolution from solo to CEO to deliver valuable lessons and impactful interviews. Notable guests include Seth Godin, Dan Pink, Jenny Blake, Tim Ferriss, Henry Rollins, Laura Roeder, Michael Stelzner, Chris Brogan, Emily Thompson, Darren Rowse, Andrew Warner, John Lee Dumas, Kathleen Shannon, and Gary Vaynerchuk.
United States
146 episodes
since July 14, 2015


As a freelancer, you’re juggling a lot of things at once on a regular basis. From managing client work to making sure you pay your quarterly taxes on time, you’ve got quite a bit to remember and get done. It goes without saying that managing your workload, client relationships, and administrative tasks come with the freelancer territory. What’s more — being able to do all three efficiently while simultaneously producing your best work will be what sets you apart from others. Project management software can help you keep track of everything you need to run your freelance business all in one place. Having a solid grasp on your business can help you run things more efficiently, which means you can allocate more time to creating your best work — whether it be for a client or your own business. How do you know which project management tool is going to work best for you? In this edition of our Essential Tools for Freelancers series, Brian Clark discusses the benefits of using a project management tool, and then highlights three of our favorites. To access the show notes, transcript, and links mentioned in this episode, view the episode page at: http://unemployable.com/podcast/essential-project-management-tools *** This episode of Unemployable, and the entire Essential Tools for Freelancers series, is brought to you by FreshBooks — the leading invoicing and accounting software solution preferred by freelancers just like you. Right now you can try it yourself for 30 days absolutely free, no obligation or credit card required. Simply go to freshbooks.com/unemployable and enter “unemployable” in the “How did you hear about us?” section to get your free trial.
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