Dream Clients: The Definition

After failing four businesses, I came up with the idea to find a client in the face of an agency to support me with new projects, focus on the work, and build side projects for the long term.

Dream Clients: The Definition

Welcome to part two of the series about how to work with dream clients. If you missed part one last week, check it out here.

In the previous article, I talked about reputation, portfolio, unique value, and skill excellence.

If you've been following this blog, you'll know that lately, I wrote a piece on how to get your first clients without followers where the first step to getting your client is knowing who you want to be working with.

The same applies to your dream client. To find and work with your dream client, you first need to identify your dream client.

After failing four businesses, I came up with the idea to find a client in the face of an agency to support me with new projects, focus on the work, and build side projects for the long term.

I touched on partnering with an agency in one of my previous articles.

So for me, the dream client is the client who:

  • Gives you interesting projects
  • Refers you to other people for more exciting projects
  • Gives you the flexibility of schedule
  • Pays you well

Let's do it if you think you are qualified to move on based on the first part.

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