Today’s Post is a Podcast

Hello friendly reader! If you came here looking for your weekly dose of negotiation tips and freelance tricks, we’re doing things a little differently.

If you’re reading this on Friday, Nov. 29th, between 12:30 and 2:30 PDT, head over to my channel on where I’ll be talking with my friends and fellow freelancers Dylan Meconis, Erika Moen and Bill Mudron.

By Matthew Keefe via

By Matthew Keefe via

Here’s the recording of our conversation this year. We talk about why it’s important to turn down work, how work for hire can be good work and the siren song of “Success.”  Enjoy!

Each year on the day after Thanksgiving we host a live chat about freelancing, what we like, what we don’t and what we’re working to change. If you have specific questions for us, you can either post them in the chat on the channel or tweet them to me.

If you’re reading this at a time that is not Friday, Nov 29th, between 12:30 and 2:30 PDT, no worries! In the next week or so I’ll post the full conversation (edited for swears and time) over on my Podbean channel.

Have a great week!

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