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Proposal to Paycheck Part III: How to End One Project and Pitch the Next

project + client + time mgmt proposals Mar 11, 2021

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How you end is as important as how you begin.

Project beginnings and endings have one major thing in common: they are the crucial bookends to your success on each project, and can make or break your experience with a client. In Part III of our Proposal to Paycheck series, Tiffany outlines how and when you should wrap up a project in a meaningful way for your client, and why this is an absolute must for every gig you book. You’ll also learn how to tactfully pitch that same client on future business, so that you can continue to foster a good long-term client.

Be sure to subscribe to the Kenza Pod for more pro tips and strategies for freelancing parents, and join us next week when we talk to expert Chase Andre on client communications strategies you can implement right away. Thanks for listening, and feel free to let us know which freelancing topics you want to learn more about at [email protected].


In this episode, we cover:

  • Why you should begin project wrap up 2-3 weeks before a project’s end
  • Which deliverables to include for your client
  • How to delight your client with a project summary and show of gratitude
  • Looking for future opportunities with clients you love to work with, and when to pitch them on future business


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