As we embark on the second year of Ask Rezzz, the format will change up slightly.
The reason for this is so that you can take action. I'm all about that action taking as you know. Having a show each and every single day without a doubt can be overwhelming. You may already have a backlog of shows that you want to listen to. Maybe there's a bunch that you don't have any interest in hearing as well.
With that, the new format will be this.
Every Friday, you'll be a fly on the wall for a one-on-one coaching session with someone. I will have a conversation with someone who's applied to be on the show. They have a specific problem or situation that they want to get some help on.
The objective is for you to hear what they are going through and maybe it'll help you too if you are in a similar situation. As the saying goes "a rising tide raises all boats."
The big benefit of this is you, the audience. You as a Feaster can help and support them through offering encouragement, advice, and accountability. You may even want to work with them if you have such a need.
If you want to be on the show, it's easy, just apply here.
Every Tuesday there will be an actionable show. It will either be what you are familiar with already from the previous 261 episodes where I answer a question. Or I'm going to be introducing a resource or strategy that you can walk away from the show and put right in your business.
For example, how to use Advanced Search on Twitter to find local clients to work with.
Another example could be that I bring on a lawyer to the show to talk about contracts.
Doesn't mean that you may not see the podcast show up in your podcatcher on other days, but this is what I'm committing to you today and what you can expect from the show.
I want to make Ask Rezzz as actionable and valuable to you as possible. If you have any ideas for the show, let me know through Twitter or email.
The Ask Rezzz show is dedicated to being the most accessible and most valuable podcast for freelancers out there.
You can come on and get one-on-one coaching from me along with the support of the audience. Also get resources, strategies, and expert answers to your questions.
Growing your freelance business
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What are emerging platforms for freelancers?
Is automation necessary to grow a business?
How do you get away from a client that is most of your work?
How do you handle two target markets for different services?
Do certifications work for growing a freelance business?
Why do things that don't scale?
Are you comfortable?
How do you find other freelancers you can work and partner up with?
How can I share a tool for freelancers?
How viable is it to a find a job as a front-end web developer as a freelancer in the current market?
How do I improve my communication skills and confidence in public?
How did you scale your freelance business?
How to raise your rates at any time?
How to handle a bad referral?
Do you have any tip to increase productivity and motivation?
What is your biggest failure as a freelancer?
How do I grow my audience and awareness?
What is the first step in productizing your service?
How long does it take?
What is the benefit of a business coach?
Why don’t you grow your business?
Are you reviewing your sales process?
How do you make a productized service?
How to make business habits stick?
How to sell your productized service?
How to add a productized service to my business?
Where do you find freelance clients?
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