Be Yourself, Get More Clients (FTF 8.1)

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On today’s episode, we sit down with Amy Kuo—a former designer at Disney who after finding her passion for branding, and taking the leap into full-time freelance, wants to grow her own agency.

We talk about one of Amy’s biggest hurdles: overcoming imposter syndrome—especially when trying to get new freelance clients. And we strike some real gold toward the end of the episode with one way Amy—and you—can get out there and be yourself while building your business.

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