How to turn your values into your superpowers!
Thursday 24th November at 12Noon
Values. Do you know yours? Values are the things that are important for you to have in life and business. They’re different for everyone. But knowing your values is one of the most important things you can do as a freelancer. It’s super simple, something you probably think you can skip, but it can be a huge step in understanding yourself and your motivation better (and your clients!).
It’s one of my favourite tools in my coaching toolkit, and I use it time and time again to bring clarity.
Knowing your values can help you:
Understand what makes you happy, and what kind of work would be the best for you
Determine what values you search for in clients
Write an incredible sales page, about page or your social media bios.
Identify value clashes, personally and professionally
Feel more confident in your decisions and in following your gut
In this workshop, I will help you
Identify your values
Learn how to use them in your business
Understand what to do when you have a value clash with your client
This is going to be a really practical session, so bring your notebook.
Who is Emma?
I’m a career and life coach for freelancers, i.e. the person who can help you figure out all of the freelance life stuff. I’m all about useful hacks, processes and templates to make life easier.
You can find more information on my website www.freelancelifestyle.co.uk.
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Organise a ‘drop-in’ session in a coffee shop, where people can get 10-15 minute consultations, in exchange for the price of a coffee.
Find a Twitter chat for your area or industry and get involved!
Jump on Instagram Stories and record an introduction story to add to your Highlights.
Share a testimonial on your social media channels.
Ask for testimonials from clients, either with an e-mail template or through LinkedIn.
Update your Google My Business listing, and download the My Business app to update it regularly.
Ask your clients to review your business on Google My Business.
Share a ‘thought-leadership’ post on LinkedIn. More eyes on your content, more eyes on your profile!
Make a note of all the promotion days in the Facebook groups you’re in, and create an eye-catching graphic or photo for them.
Offer to add clients to a monthly newsletter where you update on news relevant to them (and the services you have that can help them with it!).
Offer clients and past clients a referral bonus. This could be a £10 Amazon card, a complimentary hour of your services or a small % off their next invoice.
Pitch yourself to podcasts as a guest.
Write a list of 10 companies you’d love to work with, and follow them on social media. Interact! Build a relationship. Then pitch.
Follow the #journorequest on Twitter for PR opportunities.
Get more clients
Sign up to my free training on 5 ways to find your next client as a freelancer.