In this episode of The Creative Business Podcast I talk to Business Development Consultant, Rhonda Page. Rhonda talks about the benefits of 'thinking like a client'. If you've ever struggled with a client relationship, then today's episode is for you.
In this episode of The Creative Business Podcast I talk to Ryan Battles of Harpoon, a financial goal‑setting, time‑tracking, and invoicing app. Ryan talks about the struggle of freelance finances, and how we can better resolve some of these problems.
The creative agency model isn't without challenges. Fortunately, they're well known. Here are the biggest problems you’ll face and how to solve them.
In this episode of The Creative Business Podcast I talk to Jane Portman of UI Breakfast. Jane talks to me about the many and recurring mistakes she sees with the traditional creative businesses sales page...our bread and butter.
In this episode of The Creative Business Podcast I talk to agency owner, Caroline Somer. Caroline has made a big shift in the way she runs her creative business. Listen in to find out how she's grown her business through specialising.
Do you know the difference between leading your team and managing them? We’ll show you why (and how) leaders boost productivity, morale, and profits today:
In this episode of The Creative Business Podcast I talk to positioning expert, Philip Morgan. Philip is author of 'The Positioning Manual for Technical Firms' and talks to me about how you can make the move from generalist to specialist.
As a project manager, it can be hard to truly disconnect during a vacation from work, but with some planning you can set your team up for success. While this could change with the size of your team, current projects, and your agency’s structure, it’s important to implement a plan because everyone needs time away from work - not working vacations.
In this episode of The Creative Business Podcast I talk to designer, speaker and digital strategist Laura Elizabeth. Laura works remotely with clients from all over the world, and it would seem she has it dialled in. I ask just how she does it.
Clients can be notorious for scheduling too many meetings that turn into huge time-wasters. Here’s how to cut down on this common problem.