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 […]

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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 Louie’s story so different is that it’s a 180-degree flip from our […]

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Today’s guest on Freelance to Founder is a former actor and now a business builder. His products and training services have generated millions in revenue and yet teaching people how to communicate was never the plan.  But once he embraced […]

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John’s story is the entrepreneur’s story through and through.  A teacher for years, loving the job but struggling financially, he started to do a little consulting on the side, focusing on technology in the classroom. Until life presented him with […]

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In this episode, we interview Chris Cobb of Armstrong Transport. His story is very different from many we’ve told on Freelance to Founder.  Our guest built his business with a dwindling cash reserve and with no knowledge of the business […]

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This is our interview with Eric Cacciatore, founder of Restaurant Unstoppable – a restaurant business podcast that enjoys a loyal audience and generates over six figures in revenue.  After working towards a career as a commercial pilot for 8 years, […]

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This is the story of Will Hatton, founder of TheBrokeBackpacker.com and a jack-of-all-trades turned blogger/entrepreneur who converted his passion into a 9-business empire making 7 figures in revenue.  Will’s multiple ventures have not only allowed him to give back to […]

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Adam Preiser was enjoying an early retirement in his 30’s. That was until he started experimenting with YouTube—showing non-developers how to rapidly build sophisticated websites with WordPress. It all started with one video. A throwaway, almost, with a few affiliate […]

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Today, we talk to Whitney Hansen, who is a personal finance coach and host of The Money Nerds, a Plutus award-winning podcast. As an adjunct professor in personal finance, she teaches overwhelmed millennials how to accelerate paying off debt and […]

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Today, you’ll hear the story of Krista Stryker, founder of 12 Minute Athlete. Krista is living a comfortable life. She’s married, lives in Los Angeles, California. She’s got her own fitness app, an incredible YouTube channel. Blogs for days on […]

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Today, you’ll hear the story of Baird Hall, founder of Wavve.co. If you’ve seen these cool social videos floating around that feature short excerpts of podcast episodes, with a neat audiowave bouncing to the beat of the voices in that […]

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When it comes to showing your portfolio website, you may have panicky flashbacks of your fourth-grade teacher staring intently at your blank paper as you’re admonished to “show your work!” But all these years later, showing your work is a […]

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In today’s episode of Freelance to Founder, you’ll hear the story of Sonia Simone, co-founder and Chief Content Officer of Copyblogger. Copyblogger is a massive business that’s gone through quite the evolution over the years. If you’re into content marketing, […]

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Today, you’ll hear the story of Chris Ronzio, founder of Trainual. We’re talking to someone who was at the `15-month mark when we interviewed them. And he’s built his business to the $2 Million level in annual revenue. But when […]

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This is episode number 50 of freelancetofounder and today you’re going to hear about Allie Smith, solopreneur, expert copywriter and founder of Creative Gangsters. Allie helps multiple 6 and 7 figure entrepreneurs connect with their ideal client, motivate them to […]

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In today’s episode, we feature the story of Tiila Abbitt – CEO and founder of AetherBeauty. Tiila is in her first year of starting her own beauty brand, Aether Beauty, having served for years as an expert product developer at […]

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Welcome to a brand new season of Freelance to Founder and a new era for the show! We embrace a new, more casual and long-form approach to sharing our founder stories. And we hope you enjoy it as much as […]

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If you’re looking to gain knowledge, motivation, or just some good business advice — look no further. We’ve asked 5 people to share with us the best business books they would recommend. Below, we’ve divided our list into categories — […]

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We have a super founder to introduce to you today. A great story of a military wife. An extremely busy and motivated mother and wife who decided to mix her two passions – education and photography – into a highly […]

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  In this final episode of season 6, we feature the story of Shannon Dejong – an Entrepreneur, artist, speaker, and CEO of boutique agency House of Who. Years ago, she thought she’d be an actor on a stage or […]

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We interview Brian Casel: entrepreneur, product designer, writer, trainer at flagship training program Productize, host of ProductizePodcast and Founder of AudienceOps, a done-for-you content marketing service. Brian Casel has an expert entrepreneur’s eye for turning products into services and vice […]

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In today’s episode, we’re in New York City to join Pamela Capalad, a certified financial planner who’s blended her expertise in financial planning with her passion for educating and serving people of color, while leading a hip-hop-based financial education for […]

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When grown-ups used to ask Susie Bulloch what she would be when she grew up, she didn’t stand a chance of guessing correctly. That’s because, as Susie puts it in our most recent episode of Freelance to Founder, “The business we’re […]

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For this episode, we’re heading into the beautiful mountains of western North Carolina, where Chelsea Baldwin moved with her family after her early childhood years in Indiana. She was like any other kid at first, though her curiosity for writing […]

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Welcome to episode two of Freelance to Founder season 6. Here, we tell the stories of entrepreneurs, who’ve scaled their businesses to be much bigger than themselves – even if they are a Company of One. In today’s episode, we […]

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 In the final episode of ArtistCEO, a newly freed up Shannon travels to Brooklyn to meet Kerri on her way to SXSW. The two attend a podcast conference and get excited about the future of ArtistCEO until Kerri has […]

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 Welcome to Season 6 of Freelance to Founder. For our first episode this season, we take you into rural America. It was 1998, and a young wireless modem salesperson was looking at ways to automate his follow up with potential […]

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 After performing in a play and running her business at the same time, Shannon is having some trouble getting back into the hustle. So much so, that she’s thinking about throwing in the towel on the whole thing. Listen […]

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Shannon is facing her first BIG test as an ArtistCEO – being an actress in a two-person play while simultaneously running her business. Listen in to find out what her team thought about seeing their CEO on stage and what […]

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As Shannon commits to actively performing again and taking acting classes while running her brand agency, House of Who, she starts to remember why doing it all is challenging (to say the least!) Kerri and Shannon meet for the first […]

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 After his family immigrated to the U.S. from Vietnam, Chris Do never imagined his artistic interests could eventually propel him into a successful life-long career. Now, years later, he’s an Emmy Award-winning designer growing an agency that works with […]

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Just over an year ago, Andy decided to quit his day job to go full-time into freelancing, travelling the world, and living life on his own terms. Today, we wrap up his freelance life journey… Our goal for this show […]

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Everyone needs a vacation – a time to recharge batteries and give their brain a well deserved rest. This holds true even more so for freelancers like Andy. In today’s episode, Andy shares his tried and tested tips to taking […]

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It’s time to turn the tables as we focus on Kerri (the narrator’s) story of being an artist who starts a freelance business. Held back by a health crisis in her early 20s and discouraged by the lack of financial […]

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What happens when business takes over the life of an ArtistCEO? A dissatisfied artist. When Shannon takes a break from her exploding business, she realizes she has a problem. Her artist side is starving. Though she’s become better fed financially, […]

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Welcome to Episode 3 of ArtistCEO, where Shannon has to learn to lead. Here’s where we are: As Shannon goes all in on her business, her artist life starts to take a hit, throwing her off balance. Experiencing both burnout […]

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 As Shannon’s business, ‘House of Who’, starts to grow, she encounters a series of disasters, money challenges and straight up failures that go along with bootstrapping. Things like having to fire up a generator for huge client calls when […]

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Sometimes there comes along a freelance project you can’t say no to. It’s stimulating, even frustrating to some extent – but at the end of the day is just the right mix. In this week’s episode, Andy gives us insights […]

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An ArtistCEO is someone who is multi-passionate, trying to balance both business and artistic pursuits. In ArtistCEO podcast, we follow the journey of one woman trying to make business and art live in harmony. When host Kerri Lowe met our […]

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When you’re getting paid for project completion and not for being “on the clock”, it’s quite a different experience for you and the client. In today’s episode, Andy shares his thoughts on the hourly vs fixed debate and gives us […]

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Today we’re excited to announce that in one week we’ll be bringing you Season 1 of a new podcast on Millo called ArtistCEO. ArtistCEO is a podcast for creative entrepreneurs and anyone trying to make business and art live in […]

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Andy’s temporary relocation was the perfect opportunity to try out something new in his freelance life… like joining a coworking space. Working at a home office can be tough sometimes. You might find yourself not leaving the house for days […]

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In this final and very special bonus episode of Season 3, we are joined by Sidegig listener, Sandra – who’s a design professional working full-time while working towards growing her side-hustle. We ask all the right questions to ensure you, […]

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Andy has relocated to California for a few months, to spend time with family, all while continuing his work in full gear – thanks to his freelance lifestyle. In today’s episode, Andy also talks about the transition being easier than […]

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