Celebrate National Freelancers Day

Missed it?

The Freelance Lifestyle Summit took place in June of 2019 and 2020. While I’m busy working on the 2021 Freelance Summit, have a look at the recordings from both of those summits, covering everything from funnels and finances, to Canva and confidence. 

Did you know the 18th June is National Freelancers Day? Well, I couldn’t let an opportunity like that pass without having a little celebration! So I’m running a summit. A summit for you to boost your skills, learn new ones and win prizes!

Grab your comfiest clothes, a pot of tea and stock up on cake. We’re having a free virtual summit for freelancers, complete with expert speakers, which you can enjoy from the comfort of your sofa! 

And this year, it takes place on two days – the 18th and 19th of June!


Ready to up your freelance game?

Looking to learn more about launching, freelance finances, creating content that sells, using social media for your business and more? Plus coaching exercises to help you achieve your freelance goals?

Pop your email below and you’ll get the link to the Facebook group where it will all take place.

Join us for the Freelance Lifestyle Summit!

Pop your email below, and I’ll be in touch with the Facebook group link.

We won’t send you spam. Unsubscribe at any time.

Who is Speaking & What About

Throughout the day, we’ll be joined by some brilliant experts, with me popping in between sessions to share challenges, tips and goodies!

Your speakers are….

Day 1: 18th June 2020

10:00 am

Welcome and the freelance client pipeline approach

11:00 am

Demystifying freelance finances

12:00 pm

How to price your services

1:00 Pm

Lead magnets and email marketing

2:00 Pm

Looking and feeling your best on Lives and video

2:45 pm

Self-care and wellness for freelancers

5:00 pm

EFT/tapping into your freelance goals

Day 2: 19th June 2020

9:00 am

Creating a winning freelance week

12:00 pm

How to write a book

3:00 pm

Pitching articles to magazines and newspapers


Meet Our Speakers

Melissa Reynolds-Lawrence
Melissa Reynolds-Lawrence

Melissa started out in copywriting a decade ago and has worked in-house and freelance for a variety of small businesses and household names, before launching Honey Bee Home in 2017. She now splits her time across both businesses.

Olivia Bushnell
Olivia Bushnell

Olivia Bushnell is a social media manager and copywriter at Bushnell Community Solutions. She is passionate about helping small businesses succeed on social and using the power of the internet to do good. Priding herself on an ethical attitude and realistic results, she believes that quality is more important than quantity.

Jemma Andrew-Adiamah
Jemma Andrew-Adiamah

Jemma is a certified wellbeing coach and blogger passionate about empowering women to show up as the best version of themselves and feel fabulous, because we all deserve that right?

Daire Paddy
Daire Paddy

Daire (pronounced Dara) is a biz and brain coach for lovely, over-delivering, people-pleasing business owners. She’s also a bit of a whizz at EFT, NLP and mind wizardry. 

Lisa Pierce
Lisa Pierce

Lisa is a Tech Strategist & Coach who helps small businesses with their growth strategy and implementing the tech to run it. 

Fiona Thomas
Fiona Thomas

Fiona Thomas is the author of two books, Depression in a Digital Age and the newly released Out of Office (both are must-reads for freelancers!), released through Trigger Publishing. 

Rebecca Hawkes
Rebecca Hawkes

Rebecca is a confidence coach, helping social media managers increase their confidence so they can charge more, sign better clients + have more fun.

Sally Farrant
Sally Farrant

A friendly accountant specialising in small businesses helping them get on top of their numbers.

Noleen Sliney
Noleen Sliney

Noleen is a former Treasury Analyst, turned International Organic Makeup
Artist, founder of Natural Beauty Society, Creator of How to Look Your Virtual
Best on Zoom and named a Top Beauty Eco Influencer for 2020.

Jenna Farmer
Jenna Farmer

Jenna Farmer is a freelance writer and blogger. She runs two blogs: a healthy eating blog 

www.abalancedbelly.co.uk,and a blog all about earning money as a blogger and writer https://thebloglancer.co.uk

Nicky Williams
Nicky Williams

Nicky focuses on inspiring Health & Wellness Coaches & Business owners get creative with Canva, simplify social media and get more leads. 

12 What if I can’t attend live?


I’ve got you!

I know not everyone can be there on the day, so I’m going to be putting them all together in a section of my Freelance Business Lounge!

You can get access to 12 months of the Freelance Business Lounge for £249 until Monday 22nd June (when it will go up to £299. That’s the equivalent of 12 months for the price of 10. 

The Freelance Business Lounge contains all the Summit content (including 2019’s too) PLUS

  • All the courses in the Business Lounge, including 30 Days To Go Freelance and Goal Setting for Freelancers
  • Exclusive interviews with experts in topics including PR, LinkedIn and video confidence.
  • Email templates to save you bundles of time when dealing with clients and enquiries
  • Tool Walkthroughs to make freelance life easier
  • Legal templates and contracts
  • Lots of videos and trainings on how to run your freelance business
  • Exclusive discounts to freelance services
  • An exclusive Facebook group for group members, with weekly group coaching Zoom calls, and challenges to get the most out of the Freelance Business Lounge

Take a look inside…

The Freelance Lifestash

Uploaded by Emma Cossey - The Freelance Lifestyle Coach on 2019-05-08.

Hello! I’m Emma Cossey, your summit host

Here’s a professional photo of me, with what looks like a farting cat in the background. That’s how you know I’m a proper freelancer.

I’m a coach for freelancers, with ten years of freelancing background in social media, online content and training.

For the last 8 years, I’ve run The Freelance Lifestyle, a blog and podcast for freelancers and those who want to go freelance, to find clear, simple and practical advice on being freelance. 

Because I want you to spend less time googling things like “how the hell do I find my next client?” or “Why does the accounts department of my client always seem to be on holiday when my invoice is due?”. Or “Is it normal to have a 20 minute conversation with the postmen each morning about the benefits of A5 over A4 notepads, or should I look into co-working?”

Join us for the Freelance Lifestyle Summit!

Pop your email below, and I’ll be in touch with the Facebook group link.

We won’t send you spam. Unsubscribe at any time.