- Deena Englard
Make your freelancing into the business of your dreams
Congrats - you made the leap to full-time freelancer!
Being a solopreneur can be confusing and lonely. One of the best things you can do for yourself and your business is to find a support base. Whatever that means to you - a business coach, a mentor, a fellow designer who’s a little more ahead than you are, a mastermind, etc.
Here are some popular programs and resources created specifically to teach solo designers like you the business skills to thrive as the CEO of your company.
Jewish Course Options
The Rising Designer
from Michelle Mozes ($375-500)
The Profitable Freelancer
from Michal Eisikowitz (~$2000)
Learn More (last year’s sales page)
Other Courses and Coaching
Wayfarer Design Studio
The Designer Essentials Club ($3000)
Templates - Video Courses - 1:1 Coaching - Free Blog ($25-500)
Templates - Video Courses - Free Blog ($250-700)
The Zero Revisions Method (free video training)
Design Biz Academy
from The Brief Collective
Video Course - Bi-weekly Group Coaching - Templates ($3000)
Individual Smaller Workshops ($25-65)
Micro Sales Sprint ($1,500)
6 Week Program - Weekly Group Calls - Video Course
Design Biz Mastery
The Futur Accelerator ($1000)
Weekly Group Coaching - 52-Week Course Schedule - Template Library
Courses - Templates ($20-700)
Design Biz Bootcamp (~$700)
Weekly Group Coaching - Video Course - Weekly Email Prompts - Cheat Sheets
Short Courses ($50-300)
Freebies: Videos - Courses - Templates
Quill and Co
Elevate Your Impact ($5000)
12-Months of Video Courses - Coaching - Workshops - Weekly Feedback
Finding the right coach/course for you isn't a picnic. It's like picking a therapist or a Rebbetzin - you don't just need someone who's qualified, you need someone whose personality and approach resonates with you and will impact your mindset and your business.
So, don't just go with the cheapest option (although, definitely stick within your budget) - find someone with a money-back guarantee whose style and goals are aligned with yours and test it out.
Read the testimonials.
Follow them on social and sign up for their email list to get a feel for their style.
And then be prepared to do the work and see what happens!