For the better part of the last decade I’ve been developing websites. I’ve worked on contract with some agencies, freelanced on my own, and even grew to an 8 person agency.
I’ve gone from zero, to multi-six figure income over the years, and I’m here to share it ALL with you.
I’m compiling all of my experiences over the year. The good, the bad, and the ugly, and finally am able to pass on everything that I’ve learned to you.
I’ve walked through the fire, so you don’t get burned.
I’m dishing out videos, swipe files, teardowns and tutorials so you can learn from me, and we can collectively level-up our businesses.
I believe we’re here as developers to be a technical advocate for our clinets, and make decisions that best serve their business.
Finding new ways to “wow” clients brings me joy, and makes their day/week/month/year as well.
Never stop learning. For myself, for my clients, and for my students. Approach everything as a student, and be open to change.
Be clear what I am good at, and what I need help with. We are stronger and smarter when we collaborate.
You have the skills and ability as a web developer to make a difference for your clients, and create an incredible life for yourself while doing it. Here’s what I’ve been able to do as a result of freelancing:
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