How To Become A Successful Freelancer / Designer

How To Become A Successful Freelancer / Designer

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Unlimited Freelancer eBook

It is not very often that I get excited about an eBook launch (if ever) but for some strange reason I can’t wait for this one to come out…

The book I am talking about is called The Unlimited Freelancer and it is written by two extremely experienced freelancers (Mason Hipp of Freelance Folder and James Chartand of Men With Pens).

Basically, the book is going to tell you how to grow to your full potential as a freelancer, whether you be a designer or an acrobat… ok maybe not an acrobat but you get the point.

I’m not going to say much more, but I can’t wait to read this book – all 200 pages! I’m mostly looking forward to the part about making more money and expanding your business.

I will be posting a review of this book when it is launched next week but in the mean time, you may want to check out the pre-launch page to see what it’s all about.

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11 thoughts on “How To Become A Successful Freelancer / Designer”

  1. Haha, I happen to be both a designer and an acrobat, so for a second there I thought that comment was somehow pointed at me =p

    I’m also quite looking forward to the book 🙂

  2. I just read a new Sitepoint book by Myles Burke – “The Principles of Successful Freelancing”. It was a quick read at under 200 pages. If your buying from Australia get on Google, works out cheaper by far.

    Great site Jacob, loved that water bottle logo you circ’d on twitter this morning 🙂

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  4. Hey, thanks for the mention, Jacob! I’ll be looking forward to your review, too. (Remember, we’re the Drive-By Shooting guys; we can take it!)

    Mason and I put in about five months of hard work and a ton of our experience on how to get ahead as a freelancer – and I’m pleased to say it’s a great resource for beginners and established freelancers alike.

    Cheers!

  5. 🙂 Sounds interesting, as a freelance designer I hope this book will give me some insights, I believe in the concept of kaizan(i.e forever self improvement)
    Eagerly waiting for your review.Prost

  6. This is definitely the kind of book I’ve been looking for, I’ll make sure everyone in my freelance network buy a copy as well.

    Looking at the list of contents of the book, I’m happy to see there is specific information about how to work with others to get more clients. I fully agree!

    Can’t wait to buy and read it!

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