Secrets To Create Multiple Income Sources

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Topic: Business of Translation and Interpreting

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Start time:Oct 15, 2012 16:00 GMT     Add to calendar

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  • Stop the Feast or Famine Cycle
  • Grow Your Business and Income Faster
  • Boost Your Business With Email
  • Secrets To Create Multiple Income Sources
  • Extreme Outsourcing For Bigger Profits

  • Language:English
    Summary:Tired of the endless client pursuit? Need consistent income to support your family? Learn how to create predictable cashflow with existing resources so that you can have income even when you are not working. No more slow months. No more constant search for new clients.
    Are you tired of the feast or famine cycle of freelance business? Learn how to create multiple sources of income to your existing language business with resources already available to you. (hint: It's not about picking 3 jobs and working extra long hours.)

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    Target audience
    Freelancers who want to:
    beat the feast or famine cycle;
    generate more consistent income while working less;
    are tired of trading their hours for meager pay rates;
    create stability in your business
    Learning objectives
    -challenges with traditional freelance translation business
    -6 types of income modules you can add to your existing language based business
    -how to create programs and products that people would buy?
    -what are the resources available to create these programs and products?
    - how do you market these products
    Freelancers who:

    want to create a predictable cash flow to your business
    love languages but feel uncomfortable selling
    want to generate more income with less time
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    Challenges with a traditional translation business model

    5 reasons why you must add additional income sources to your current freelance business

    2 things you must get clear on before even thinking about creating multiple income streams to your freelance business

    3 different income models you can add to your freelance language business

    Top 3 mistakes freelancers make while creating multiple income sources

    The easiest way to get started

    What’s working and what is not – information you need to know before creating any alternative sources of income

    How to create products that people will actually buy

    5 steps to turn your current business into the multiple-income model business
    Joy Mo    View feedback | View all courses
    Bio: Joy Mo is a freelance translator and certified Mandarin/English Court Interpreter based in BC Canada. Joy moved to Canada from her home country China in 2001 and established herself as a language professional in British Columbia.
    She runs a website that shares business tips and secrets with other language professionals.

    Through her own personal experiences, Joy understands the challenges and problems freelancers face.

    She publishes a free monthly ezine "Translate Your Way to Success" to help freelancers attract higher-paying clients and create a steadier income flow. For more information visit
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