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We will be starting at 2:10 p.m. Please stay tuned. In the previous episode, Deb talked about the Blogmutt.com opportunity for beginning your work at home freelance writing career. Tune in today to hear more about that opportunity for work at home writing jobs, and how you can use it as a stepping stone to better, higher-paying opportunities for working at home. Also find out the average pay rate for a work at home writer in today's real market.
This is part of a continuing series for work at home opportunities that Deb is hosting for people who want to make a full or part-time income working at home. Set your own hours, work at your own pace, and fund YOUR dream...not someone else's. Here the link to Deb's ebook about this topic if you want to learn even more about how you can make your dream of working at home a reality.
Remember, it's never too late to steer your own ship. But you have to start with a small boat.
In this episode Big and Beefy will be Chewing The Fat about everything from upcoming holiday catering , freelancing as a chef and different holiday foods and how the price goes up with the demand. Chef Rob Burmeister and Chef Clemenza Caserta Jr are always available for your catering needs. How great would it be if Big and Beefy were cooking in your house for you and your guests.
Also Rob will be talking about his Celebrity Death Pool Draft on Sunday.
Freelancing as a chef is a great way to work in different enviroments and events without the high cost of a salary for those who need to hire such talent.
Our new weather girl Jackie will be calling in and giving us the low down on how it really is outside.
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Emily Leach is a catalyst whose medium is building communities. With her vibrant, maverick personality, Emily is, naturally, most comfortable on stage and is the founder of The Freelance Conference (www.freelanceconference.com) , Austin Freelance Gigs and is formerly known as a leading-edge organizer and speaker for TEDx events in New Mexico and Texas. Her latest endeavor is pioneering the Texas Freelance Association, the first of its kind in the US – an association designed to support and build up freelancers.
Engaging experience educator, catalyst, community builder, leader, speaker. Native of Texas.
Debra L. Butterfield, Author | Editor | Writing Coach
Debra is the author of the soon-to-be-released book Carried by Grace: A Guide for Mothers of Victims of Sexual Abuse. She has been published in numerous anthologies, as well as magazines. In addition to writing nonfiction and fiction, she does freelance editing and one-on-one coaching for writers.
Debra loves reading cozy mysteries, romance, and historical fiction. She enjoys being outdoors and actually likes the smell of skunks.
Connect with Debra at http://www.DebraLButterfield.com
Join me every Wednesday at 10am Eastern time, when I'll tell you about a new work from home business or job. Learn what is required to do it, how to do the job, and how to market yourself.
Freelance writing is one of the most popular online careers, for people who want to make a bit of extra money. With the amount of content that is put out everyday, it's little wonder people think this work from home job is easy to do.
However, it is easy to get caught in scams, low paying jobs, and a perpetual scramble trying to find clients. This episode will teach you how to get started, finding customers and other details.
Here is an example of a portfolio page for a writing website.
And be sure to check out this post about working with Elance and other bidding sites.
If you like this, visit my website, Be Happy Working at Home.
Have a great day, Dan
Latrenia Bryant is a freelance style photographer, the founder and owner of Latrenia Bryant Photography. Her love for photography began at age six (6) when a guest speaker at her school, a professional photographer, introduced her and her classmates to the camera and photography. She is a vocal advocate for thrifty fashion that is affordable an stylish. She also advocates natural hairstyles for african american women and is critical of the excessive costs of mainstream hair care for women. She has her own blog that is representative of her expertise in self portrait photography and thrifty fashion for women.
But there is more to the lovely Mrs. Bryant. She is a wife, mother, daughter, niece, friend, beloved cousin and a health professional (licensed practical nurse). Her favorie era is the 1970's, but she is definitely a 21st Century woman.
This week on the show our own Matthew Grant joins us with a full live review of Smash Wrestling's Battlelines show from this past weekend. plus previews the huge weekend coming up in Canadian Indies. we also cover all the news in Indie Wrestling, including Chikara leaving Smart Mark Video and bringing things in house. Rundown the ROH Anniversary show line up and discuss each match, talk C*4 Wrestlings new Underground shows, plus news on AIW, PWX, Beyond, 2cw, CZW, JAPW, West end wrestling, Alpha 1, Freelance, Shine, FIP and more. Its Your Thursday Indie Fix!
Our guest this week is Diana Schneidman and she wrote Real Skills, Real Income: A Proven Marketing System to Land Well-Paid Freelance and Consulting Work in 30 Days or Less to help the unemployed, the underemployed, and current solopros who underearn to land more clients quickly. The book, available on Amazon, explains exactly what to do and say to start building your clientele in less than a month.
Diana helps people who want to land well-paid freelance and consulting work quickly. Her publishing and coaching practice is named Stand Up 8 Times after a Japanese proverb: Fall down seven times, stand up eight. She is also a freelance writer and researcher specializing in the insurance and asset management industries; clients have included Allstate Insurance, CNA Insurance, Nationwide Insurance, and Zurich Insurance.
Visit her website at StandUp8Times.com.
Nick Vatterott couldn't record a podcast this week because Freelance Janitor Stan Manowski stole the equipment for 'The Nick Vatterott Show' and recorded his own podcast. He and his co-worker borrow the names Pork Dorkleson and Robert Dean from past episodes and record a podcast during their hour long smoke break at recent job. On it, these two wanna-be jokesters exhale discourse consisting of game shows, Mazda Days, Go-Pros, Austrailians, Villain Towns, medieval movies, body impressions, Is Google God, Wikipedia Fund Raising and general machine gun sound effects.
Follow @NickVatterott and @StandUpNYLabs. Go to www.StandUpNY.com to see when Nick is performing live at Stand Up NY. Listen to all our other great podcasts at www.StandUpNYLabs.com