As creatives, we tend to be full of ideas but we may struggle when it comes to their execution or the financial reality that a project faces. Wishu has put together a list of books to help you manage the finance side of your creative business.
The book will teach all types of creatives, illustrators, photographers, graphic designers, animators, and more how to build a successful business doing what they love. Chapter 5 is particularly useful, entitled “Getting Paid” it covers how to pierce your services, negotiate and increase your fees and how to finesse a contract.
A guide to starting and sustaining creativity-based businesses—from culinary to crafting to film to fashion and beyond. The book includes advice on Pricing Models, partnerships and marketing and budgeting for your creative business.
Ardelean’s book offers hard-won insights and practical tools any creative freelancer can apply to make a living and significantly grow their business. From billing, proposals and invoices to calendar management and setting up an LLC, this book is your couch on how to do it all.
Alison is your guide when it comes to starting a freelance business from picking up the financial essentials, growing your client base, managing your work-life balance, negotiating deals and value your time as you become more established.
McGee knows that money isn’t everything but poor management of money naturally means that it becomes everything. Keeping mental health in mind, McGee shares his complete programme for financial well-being in this life-changing book.