Two months ago I invited you to take a 90-day challenge to get paid on time. That episode includes the logistics of what to do to get paid promptly … and also addresses the resistance so many freelancers have about actually doing these things.
Overall, you’ll see a shift in your cash flow when you do this challenge.
But that doesn’t mean every single client will pay on time.
Today’s episode is a real-time update of what comes next, i.e., how I handled a client last week who didn’t pay on time.
(Spoiler: What I share here worked. I didn’t get into weird, all-consuming, chasing payment mentality. And I received proof of payment the same day that I followed up.)
I also share a new tip that can help both your mindset and workflow to get paid on time in the first place.
Today’s episode is the replay of an Instagram Live, so I also answered questions about taking on a bookkeeper persona as well as what really causes writer’s block.
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