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The Solution to Information Overload
for the Self-Employed
Thousands of freelancers, consultants, coaches, and solopreneurs get actionable advice and valuable resources in one highly useful weekly email, curated by serial entrepreneur Brian Clark.
“If you work for yourself, you’d be crazy not to make Unemployable a regular part of your week.”
7 critical topic areas that we cover on Unemployable:
“Brian Clark knows first-hand what it takes to succeed in business today, and he shares that knowledge
with a spirit of generosity.”
At every significant “level-up” moment in my entrepreneurial journey, it was a change in the way I thought that made it happen. This is not fluffy motivational stuff — the mindset you bring to your business can and will determine your level of success and lifestyle satisfaction.
How to attract customers and clients to you, without traditional sales techniques. It not only can be done, it’s the way it has to be done with today’s Internet-empowered prospects.
Discover how to create products that people actually want, without blindly guessing. Develop service offerings that distinguish you from all the other “me too” providers. And learn collaboration strategies that allow you to do things you couldn’t do alone.
This is critical. I created two otherwise successful companies that made me miserable, because I failed to create processes and delegate. Since that point, I’ve learned how a smart operational strategy results in less stress and significantly more revenue and profit.
Even as a subset of operations, support is really a marketing function when done correctly. Happy customers and clients bring repeat business and tell their friends. Don’t make the mistake of viewing support as a burden. It’s actually at the core of customer experience.
Most everyone starts off with the “max your credit cards” approach when getting started. But you don’t necessarily have to. And at some point you’re going to graduate to lines of credit, strategic loans, and perhaps outside investors (if you have to).
One benefit of being a recovering attorney is that the legal stuff was always easy for me. And I’m happy to say I’ve never been sued (or sued anyone) after 17 years of starting and running companies. The fundamentals are not that tough, but the advice is often counterintuitive.
About Your Host
Brian Clark has started nine businesses. The first one failed, but each successive company has yielded higher revenue, profits, and happiness.
“Some of the best business advice I’ve ever
received came from Brian Clark.”
CEO of Rainmaker Digital
Brian left the practice of law to become a writer in 1998, and discovered that he was actually an entrepreneur who could write. Since that time he’s started eight successful businesses, often running more than one at a time. Drawing upon his own 18-year evolution from solo to CEO, Brian’s goal with Unemployable is to help freelancers and creative entrepreneurs take it to the next level.
Brian is the CEO of Rainmaker Digital, a software and hosting company that generates 8 figures in annual revenue with a virtual team of 65 people. He’s also the owner of Tangible Digital, a production company that develops various new media properties.