Nothing can kill the productivity of a designer faster than a neverending barrage of small jobs. You have to wrap your head around a new brand, create invoices, and client interactions for a micro-payout. This is why it is so crucial to have a project minimum — the absolute minimum amount you’re willing to take on a new job for.
This can be applied to either money, time or scope. Whatever makes the most sense for you and your design business. In this episode, the gang talks all about why having a minimum is important, and what can be wasted without one. And of course, we all have stories to tell on the subject.
We also answer a new listener question about the specific marketing/messaging that got us our first “big fish” clients.Show Links:
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