Free video guide: Understanding the basics of freelance contracts

As a freelancer or solopreneur, you’re in a tight spot legally.

You probably wish sometimes that you could work closely with a lawyer to draft or review your client contracts. I mean, nothing puts a creative mind to sleep faster than reading through lengthy agreements before starting a project.

But the luxury of hiring a lawyer is just too far out-of-reach for most freelancers & solopreneurs.

So today, I’m happy to announce we’ve partnered with our friends at Lawgood (no, they’re not a sponsor or an affiliate) to release a free 7-part video guide for Millo subscribers titled Contract Breakdown.

Each section of the guide contains a video from our friends at Lawgood in which they’ll explain the different elements of a strong contract.

It’s a complete tear-down of what your contract should include, why, and quick tips for ensuring you’re protected when you most need it.

Want more? Have a listen.

You can get instant access to the guide by clicking here.

Win a free contract review by the pros at Lawgood

In addition to this 100% free video guide, Liam and Gina at Lawgood are giving away a FREE contract review.

You’ll basically get the chance to have any contract of your choice reviewed by a professional. It’s worth $95 at Lawgood (or more if you have to hire an expensive lawyer).

And it’s a killer opportunity to have a pro review your standard freelance contract which you can then use over and over again down the road.

To enter: just share the guide on social media (here’s the link you want to share: and be sure to tag @lawgood or use hashtag #lawgood.

We’ll contact the winner this time next week!

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About Preston D Lee

Preston is an entrepreneur, writer, podcaster, and the founder of this blog. You can contact him via twitter at @prestondlee.


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