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Bidding Mistakes Corrected Helps Win First Job Quick note - I got my first contract today - editing 400-500 word articles ... This came about because I reviewed your 5 mistakes article... Thanks for all the guidance. -Gail K.

Small Adjustment to Bidding Process Was Breakthrough Small change to bidding process produces flood of opportunity for live-abroad freelancing member... Read more

Changing Proposals Proves to be a Game Changer and Leads to Success! So, your (coaching) call was very helpful. I adjusted my proposals, and last week I got slammed with work... Read more

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It was a pleasure speaking to you today on the live conference call, very informative. I love your program. Kind Regards, Javier

Let me start by saying that I'm thrilled with the Speak English and Get Paid materials. Very well put together. Thank you, Jeff

I'm a 63 year old soon to be retired blue collar worker without a college education. I've thought about teaching English on a volunteer basis... I made contact with a few schools in Peru... Read more

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Baby Boomers: Expert Advice, Tools and Insights for Earning a Portable Income by Putting Your Skills On The Global Market From Anywhere in the World

By Winton Churchill

Barefoot Consultants is the place Baby Boomers can get the tools and information you need to learn how to uncover your most powerful earning skills and turn them into a portable income.

As a "Barefoot Consultant" you'll gain the knowledge and ability to tap into the freelance economy and earn money from anywhere in the world.




Elance: Warning Signs in Your Freelance Job Listings
By Winton Churchill
Elance: Warning Signs in Your Freelance Job Listings New job listings appear on Elance and other freelance job sites every day. A freelancer who's looking for assignments will have no trouble finding jobs to bid on, but unfortunately some employers are looking for a bargain and expect a freelancer to work for a very low hourly rate. . . . keep reading
The Growing Importance of the New Workforce - Freelancers!
By Winton Churchill & Karel Labberton
The Growing Importance of the New Workforce - Freelancers! Did you know that 34% of U.S. workers are freelancing? The current numbers are about twenty-four percent higher than a 2004 federal GAO estimate of 42 million. This article shares some surprising statistics that will encourage you to get in the freelancing game. . . . keep reading
Top Traps for New Freelancers on Elance and How to Avoid Them
By Annette Rossi and Winton Churchill - March 05, 2015
Top Traps for New Freelancers on Elance and How to Avoid Them Years ago, I began my first career as a professional singer. Several mentors helped me along in a very chaotic sea…a place, which I later discovered, resembles Elance in many ways.I paralyzed myself by stage fright, fear of rejection, or fear that I only had 'one shot'. . . . keep reading
Profitable Elance Keywords
By Winton Churchill and Myrla Boesch - February 25, 2015
OK, so you've heard about keywords on Elance, and how important they are. But, for some reason, finding the right ones keeps eluding you. Every time you think you have them figured out you look at them again and think "That isn't 'me'". . . . keep reading
Entrepreneurial Freedom Via Elance
By Winton Churchill & Annette Rossi - February 19, 2015
Entrepreneurial Freedom Via Elance Are you an entrepreneur, stuck in a cubicle, pining for the freedom to pursue your own creative muse and engage in something that matters? Instead, do you find yourself feeding someone else's internal bureaucracy, with myriad forms and endless meetings? If so, you are not alone. . . . keep reading
Teaching English, a Springboard to Other Opportunities
By Kary Vannice
Teaching English, a Springboard to Other Opportunities Over the last week or so traveling here in Ecuador, I have made a point to talk with Expats who appear to be living and working successfully on foreign soil. To my surprise, I have found that many started off teaching English; and most started off teaching in a country other than Ecuador. . . . keep reading
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