Freelancer Roundtable 2012!!

This marks the fourth year of the annual Freelancer Podcast with Dylan Meconis, Erika Moen & Bill Mudron.

We’ve been getting together on the day after Thanksgiving for the last four years to talk about what it’s like to be a freelancer.

Dylan Meconis, Bill Mudron & Erika Moen


Well because four years ago Dylan, Erika & Bill were all making a go of freelancing full time. We figured it’d be helpful to talk about what that process was like.First, because we knew with the economy being AWESOME there were likely a lot of folks in the exact same position. And second, because if there were people out there with advice for us, we wanted to hear about it.

And so, the podcast was born!

I’m still working out my podcast hosting, but Dylan’s loaned us her space for this year’s extravaganza.

You can find part one here and part two here.

If you’d rather watch us in action, the entire, unedited livecast at Justin TV in four parts: One, Two, Three, and Four.

Do you have tips, tricks or lessons you’ve learned this year? Spread the wealth and leave them in the comments below!

Featured image by Joshin Yamada.

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One response to “Freelancer Roundtable 2012!!”

  1. Sye says:

    Just wanted to say thanks for uploading this! I look forward to watching these every year. Every time I do it gives me a lot of confidence that I’m headed in the right direction. Brilliant information delivered in an excellent informal format.

    Have a great year guys, cant wait for the next round table 😀

    – Sye x

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