Holiday Reading for Freelancers

I hope to have some down time over the holidays to read and reflect, both professionally and personally, on last year and this coming year.

If that is on your agenda too, let’s start a list of books to read and recommend.

Creative freelancer, Neil Renicker, starts us off with a post from his blog where he recommends 3 marketing books.

Here’s what’s most popular in My Design Shop.

And if you’ve been meaning to buy my latest materials, you can do so here, here and here.

What are you reading and/or recommending? And feel free to post any recommended reading lists you come across and think worthy of passing along.

One thought on “Holiday Reading for Freelancers

  1. Diana Schneidman

    Check out What to Charge: Pricing Strategies for Freelancers and Consultants by Laurie Lewis. It’s available on Amazon and elsewhere. Be sure to get the 2nd edition, not the first.

    Lewis is all about working with the numbers to calculate and increase rates in sync with the marketplace.

    None of this “charge what you’re worth” stuff, which translates to pick a high figure to broadcast that you have self-esteem.

    -Diana

    Diana Schneidman | Chicago / Bolingbrook, IL | dianalink AT netzero.com
    Author of Start Freelancing And Consulting: How to take control of your life and make great money quickly as a solopro

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