July 26, 2019 — How do you eat an elephant? Answer: one bite at a time. Like anything overwhelming, breaking it down into bite-size, easy to achieve components is the way to become efficient and efficiency is the path to profitability.
All too common in the free and open source software market are developers who are financially frustrated, to put it lightly. Would you like to level up your profitability?
What’s stopping you as a freelancer from financial freedom? Let’s work on some of the practical things that, with just a bit of tweaking, can help you earn $100,000 in one year.
In this talk by Mike Demopoulos (his friends call him “Demo”) will talk about ways to streamline your process, have client outreach like the big brands, and become profitable.
December 12, 2016 — Do you feel you should raise your rates but you don’t know how? Do you deliver value to your clients but they don’t seems to appreciate?
Let’s explore the world of effective negotiation, project assessment, and value creation.
This presentation will provide immediate tools to correctly evaluate client’s needs, negotiate better rates, and effectively over deliver outstanding value that cannot be ignored
July 3, 2016 — There is a huge demand for WordPress websites, ranging in price from 500 to 1500 euros. It’s a very interesting and large share of the market to go after. So how come a lot of agencies and freelance WordPress developers leave this market untapped? Well, because it can be hard to do these small WordPress projects in a time effective way. In this 10-minute talk, Chris will give you some helpful pointers that will show you how to do these small projects profitably.
November 17, 2015 — Skúsenosti s prácou a podporou Pro modulov.
October 8, 2015 — In this session, we dig into what it means to really satisfy a client (with a fun dip into some cognitive psychology), develop a process to find out what the Target is so you can hit it every time, and discuss why it’s easier, more profitable, and more effective than trying to “Wow” everyone you work with.