Not All Revenue is Created Equal

Not all revenue is created equal. 

Here’s what I mean by that. 

So if you are a freelancer and you get project work, that is one time revenue. That’s revenue that comes in when you do a project. 

However, if you have clients on retainers and you get money every single month for doing a service for them month in and month out, that is a different type of revenue.

Personally, I would much rather have recurring retainer based revenue than one time project revenue. Even if the project revenue was slightly more. 

You see, when you have clients on retainers, it gives you the peace of mind, it enables you to build a business. It enables you to make decisions about hiring, about staffing, about systems and processes that you need because, you know, month in and month out, you’re gonna have that income coming in.


PS Can you relate to any of these: 

✅  Struggling from project to project 

✅  A slow trickle of inquiries about your services

✅  Your clients only seem concerned about the lowest price

✅  Not sure when or where your next project will come 

✅  Fighting for clients on freelancer marketplaces like Upwork and 99 Designs


If any of those describe you learn more about the Freelance Accelerator:


You’ll learn how to:

✔️ Have a WAITLIST of high paying, committed clients (rather than starting from scratch each month) 

✔️ STOP fighting for mediocre projects on freelancer marketplaces (like UpWork and 99 Designs) and start becoming the GO TO CHOICE and virtually eliminate all of your competition

✔️ Have clients love your work and trust your guidance 

✔️ Position yourself to start winning large (5-figure), high-profit projects

✔️ Transition from project-to-project, to having clients on retainers paying you month after month 

✔️ Have a steady stream of leads pouring in wanting to do business with you 

✔️ Get paid 2x as much for the work you’re already doing 

✔️ Have clients thank you for the privilege of working with you

✔️ Have a strategic roadmap for scaling your business