How Designers Can Get Consistent Clients by Lauren GonzalezLauren Gonzalez
About this video
Why do designers have a hard time getting clients? The key is standing out from others and attracting the clients that you, ideally, want to work with. Join Lauren as she explains how to do that so that you don't have to hunt for clients, but instead have them finding you. You'll learn effective strategies to get clients that you can start putting into practice as soon as you leave the session.
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growth that way.
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And make sure that you also are not constantly comparing yourself to others.
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That's something that we tend to get so much into in designer.
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As a designer, we're always looking on Instagram, comparing, comparing,
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comparing. If there's somebody that makes you feel bad, don't follow them.
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Really, really, you stay in your own lane and you find what works for you.
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So just wanted to make sure that you understood that and thank you very much.
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If you would like to also get, um, get some of these tactics actually like in,
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I created a whole guide that you can go to for the creatives.com/rgd so you can
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actually have that and take it away with you. So thank you so much,
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very much for your time and we're gonna do a q and a. Thank you.
Lauren is an award-winning designer and creative director. She has worked in the creative industries for over 13 years with a background in illustration and animation. After working in-house as a Creative Director for 6 years, Lauren set out on her own, building a design business from scratch with a strong focus on brand identity and package design. After hitting many bumps and struggles of finding work in those first six months of her design business, she was able to grow her business to what it is now, a consistent client base and income machine. She had the opportunity to work with clients such as Disney and Paul Newman. After realizing how many other freelance designers struggle, she created an educational business for designers, 4 The Creatives, with the primary mission to stop designers from being undervalued and provide a roadmap for them to build their own dream businesses that give them steady income. She continues to put out weekly content on YouTube and Instagram as well as runs her signature course program called the Consistent Clients Blueprint, where her students learn to set up their own successful design businesses.