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Freelance to Founder

A Business and Education podcast featuring Brandon Hull
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Narrative stories of freelancers & solopreneurs who have scaled their business to be something much bigger than themselves. Hosted by Brandon Hull. Featuring the enlightening & entertaining stories of Mixergy founder Andrew Warner, Bell + Ivy founder Cynthia Johnson, SeanWes founder Sean McCabe, The Futur founder Chris Do, 'Click it up a Notch' founder Courtney Slazinik, ConvertKit founder Nathan Barry, Double Your Freelancing founder Brennan Dunn, and lots more. Heartily endorsed by Michael Sacca, Host of Rocketship.fm; Nick Loper, host of The Side Hustle Show; and author & podcaster Paul Jarvis.

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 How Emily quit her day job to illustrate for big brands as a full-time freelancer
Getting paid to do work you love and building a profitable business out of it is every entrepreneur’s dream. And today’s guest on Freelance to Founder has been able to make that dream into reality, hiring her husband in the process.In this episode, we interview Emily Mills, author of The Art of Visual Notetaking, founder of Sketchnote Academy, and one-time visual artist for Dave Ramsey. You can find her at emilyamills.comLosing interest in her full-time graphic design job, Emily dove headfirst into the world of freelance back in 2016. She learned she could make money as an artist while living the life she wanted since her childhood, but never thought possible. She hasn’t looked back since!Emily has turned her passion for art and illustration into a full-time freelance business having noteworthy clients and a stable inflow of revenue.You'll get to know Emily's back story, how her college career provided glimpses at what was to come, how and why she hit a wall early in her career, and how she pulls in revenue today.You'll pick up on the traits, habits, and mindsets a founder needs to scale beyond a freelancer.And if you hang on to the end of the episode you'll hear our 3-for-1 segment: Three questions — seeking one principle, one habit, and one person that our guests have adhered to through the years.Find Emily on her Portfolio and Twitter.We hope you enjoy this episode of Freelance to Founder.Please leave us an honest rating on iTunes.Complete show notes for this episode can be found on Millo.coSubscribe for new episodes at freelancetofounder.com.This podcast is a production of Millo.Recently from the Millo Blog:How to write an invoice (and get paid) in 5 easy stepsLearn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
 From founder to freelancer: How Louis Nicholls has flipped the script for success
In this episode, you’ll hear the story of Louis Nicholls, founder of ‘Sales for Founders’, where he teaches sales skills for a mostly tech founder audience.What makes Louis' story so different is that it’s a 180-degree flip from our typical script. Louis went from co-founder of Gymhopper.com to setting up his own freelance consulting business. In just less than 2 years, Louis has a solid financial foundation from his online course and consulting with software companies on growth, with additional courses for his core audience in the works. Louis' story is also different in that he's from Switzerland, and has gained a slightly different perspective on how tech companies in Switzerland and Europe succeed compared to those in the US.You’re going to learn how Louis has built multiple streams of income, how he manages his different clients, what the future plans for his consulting business look like. New Segment! And...there’s a new segment late in the show: “Three & One”.  Louis will share his one answer in three important areas of life, that you’ll want to tackle whether you’re a freelancer or a founder. We hope you enjoy this episode of Freelance to Founder.Please leave us an honest rating on iTunes.Complete show notes for this episode can be found on Millo.coThank you to our Sponsors for supporting this episode:Care/of: Care/of is a subscription service that makes it easy to get vitamins, protein powders, and more, personalized just for you and delivered straight to your door. For 25% off YOUR first Care/of order, go to TakeCareOf.com and enter the promo code FREELANCE.Radix: In today’s digital world, your personal brand is your web address, your unique niche in the world. Get your space on the internet with a special 90% off offer on 1 & 5 year .space domains! Log on to get.space now and use coupon code “FREELANCETOFOUNDER” to redeem 90% discount on your domain!Subscribe for new episodes at freelancetofounder.com.This podcast is a production of Millo.Recently from the Millo Blog:12 Essential tools to start (& grow) your freelance businessLearn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
From aspiring actor to transformational public speaking trainer
25 years ago, Michael Port earned his MFA in acting from NYU before working in TV, film, and theater. Now, at the Heroic Public Speaking Headquarters in NJ and for organizations around the world, he teaches non-actors what actors know about how to give better performances both onstage and off. Michael is the author of six books including Book Yourself Solid and Steal the Show. They've been translated into 29 languages and been on the bestseller lists of the NY Times and Wall Street Journal among others. Clients include Disney, Best Buy, Guardian, Olympians, Navy Seals, FBI agents, Astronauts and thousands of others who care deeply about making a difference in the world. He's also our guest for this episode of Freelance to Founder. But once he embraced the possibilities, his ‘project’ ultimately took on a whole new life and scaled far beyond his expectations, even his own dreams.We are very excited to bring this interview with Michael Port, who is the author of a ground-breaking book on business development called ‘Book Yourself Solid’. In this episode, you're going to get to know Michael really well.You'll hear about his early life and how it played into what he does for a living now. You'll hear how and why he pivoted from acting. You'll hear how he found his first clients when he did break out on his own as a trainer and teacher. You’ll learn how ‘Book Yourself Solid’ led to the formation of Heroic Public Speaking, a transformational workshop program that teaches people how to communicate far more effectivelyAnd you're going to get numerous insights on communication and public speaking as a bonus. We hope you enjoy this episode of Freelance to Founder with Michael Port.If you enjoyed this episode, please leave us an honest rating on iTunes.Complete show notes for this episode can be found on Millo.coThank you to our Sponsors for supporting this episode:Radix: In today’s digital world, your personal brand is your web address, your unique niche in the world. Get your space on the internet with a special 90% off offer on 1 & 5 year .space domains! Log on to get.space now and use coupon code “FREELANCETOFOUNDER” to redeem 90% discount on your domain!Subscribe for new episodes at freelancetofounder.com.This podcast is a production of Millo.Recently from the Millo Blog:12 Essential tools to start (& grow) your freelance businessLearn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
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Started
Jan 30th, 2017
Latest Episode
Aug 15th, 2019
Release Period
Weekly
No. of Episodes
73
Avg. Episode Length
37 minutes
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