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Being selective about your clients puts you in a position of exclusivity. Exclusivity can mean a limited number of clients at any given time. But it can also be defined by your service offering, price, location, or even the technology that you use.

Regardless of how your freelance business defines exclusivity it does a couple of things instantly.

First, it allows you to be happy and enjoy working with the clients that you take on, as well as the projects. This helps you in being excited to get up each and everyday to 6.5 6 Bonnie Slide in Red size 85 also in 10556657758995 Raye 8 7 xG53XA5l
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When freelancers aren’t excited to work with folks or work on a particular project it does bad things to our brains. We have the ability to shut off and go do other things, like watch tv, movies, surf, etc. We tend to procrastinate those things which we find “not fun.” But we are also procrastinating on other projects and the business itself. Both bad! Very Bad!

So when you are selective about your clients, you can do so simply by setting up a proper screening process. This can be as simple as a form on your website with several questions.

If the potential client does not follow the instructions precisely, that’s a red flag. If they don’t answer the questions in a way that suits the type of projects you want to work on, that’s a red flag. If there are red flags this early in the game, what will the project be like?

Second, being included or chosen is every human’s desire. Being selective, or exclusive, has a psychological effect on people to want what is “inside”.

Because a potential client wants to know what is on the inside, they are more likely to follow the process you lay out for them to become a client.

Now you are already showing that you have processes in place for your business. You are looked as an expert because you know what you are doing to give the benefits to your clients instead of just taking orders.

Freelancers work hard to get clients. Some freelancer work smarter to get clients. Only a few freelancers work as hard to keep clients.

You’ve heard before that it’s easier to sell to a current customer than a new one. If this is true (and it is true), then why do most freelancers stop the sales process once the lead becomes a client?

To stand out as a freelancer among the crowd focus on customer service as much as you focus on the sales process.

Once a lead becomes a client, the selling doesn’t stop.

Put them into an onboarding sequence . This can be a series of emails over the course of the first month of them being your client.

Setup regular calls to just see how everything is going with them.

Send them gifts around the holiday season or their birthday.

Small gestures to existing clients go a long way in building the relationship even stronger. Then when you are ready to add additional services, raise your rate, or create an entirely new product, they’ll be the first ones to sign up and stay onboard.

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2018 Schedule of Events ~ Theme: Independence Day the Ralston Way

Tuesday, July 3rd

Archives Museum Open House: 4 - 6:30 pm at the Frank Velma Johnson Ralston Archives Museum, Park Dr Woodlawn Ave. FREE!

Picnic In The Park: 5:30 - 7:30 pmat Ralston Park, 80th Park Dr. Sponsored by Ralston Area Chamber, City of Ralston, Frank Velma Johnson Archives Museum, Trinity United Methodist Church

Family Street Dance: DJ RD Stars7 pm - 11 pm, 77th Main St. A family event. Bring the family and have some fun! This is a non-alcohol event. Sponsored by: Ralston Area Chamber of Commerce - FREE!

Wednesday, July 4th

OPTIMISTS INDEPENDENCE DAY FUN RUN/WALK : One of the oldest runs in Nebraska! Independence Square, 77th Main Street Gazebo ~Sponsorships Available ~ More information call: 402-680-1023 or 402-990-4154. Entries include a T-shirt! 7:50 am One Mile Walk/Run and 8 am Three Mile Race

CHILDREN’S PARADE: No registration required ~ 6th Grade Under. Line-up 9:30 am Children’s Parade starts at 10 am at 5505 Miller Ave. - Chamber Office – Led by Ralston Mayor, Don Groesser FREE!

FUN AT THE BANK! - Bounce House, Facepainting Food Trucks – Open to the public 10am-2pm at the First State Bank parking lot, 5370 S 72nd Street.

MUSIC at INDEPENDENCE SQUARE: Music 11:15 am-12:15 pm Live music by Joey Gullizia the G Notes 77th Main St. FREE!

INDEPENDENCE DAY PARADE: 1 pm 58th ANNUAL Parade starts at 80th Highland - ending at 7400 Main St. Sponsored by: Ralston Area Chamber of Commerce. Our Parade emcee is KAT 103.7! Parade Marshal and Citizen of the Year is Jan Gorman

FIRE DEPARTMENT WATER FIGHTS following parade 77th and Main St. ~ Sponsored by: Ralston Volunteer Fire Department FREE!

CHICKEN DINNER: Legion 74th Q St. 12 - 4 pm, (Chicken fingers for the kiddos) Sponsored by: Ralston American Legion Post #373 Legion History.

OUTDOOR BEER GARDEN LIVE MUSIC at the Legion: 5-11:30 pm, 74th Q St. * enter @ door for live music $5 cover charge. Sponsored by: Ralston American Legion Post #373.

FIREWORKS SPECTACULAR: Dusk (approx. 9:30 pm) Ralston Arena, 72nd Q St., Synchronized to music over FM Radio KAT 103.7 Grand Finale Sponsor: Great Western Bank



Boy Scout Troop 377 73rd St. South of Q St.

Jr. Lancers Hockey Team 72nd St. North of Harrison St.

New Location!

Ralston Youth Cheer

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Going public with your priorities makes it easier for the public to assess whether you have the right ones. That’s agenda transparency. We need more of it.

6. Help us investigate. These are the three of the most powerful words in journalism. Help us investigate campus sexual assault in Wisconsin . What’s transparent about that? Several things. You’re revealing a coverage priority. You’re acknowledging that you don’t know everything— or even where to go to look. You’re bringing people into the process, showing them how you work. You’re asking for help.

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This is from The Guardian’s police-shootings project, The Counted .

The US government has no comprehensive record of the number of people killed by law enforcement.

So the Guardian has embarked on a special project – to work from an inaccurate standard toward a more perfect accounting, and tell the stories of people killed by police. But we need your help… Do you have information about an officer-involved death that the public deserves to know? This is the place to share the truth about police killings. Send us your tips, images, video and more – and if we verify it we’ll use it in our reporting.

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Grapes to Glass
Saturday, September 8, 2018 - 2:30pm to 4:30pm
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Chandler Hill Vineyards
Historic Downtown Sikeston Winefest
Saturday, September 15, 2018 - 6:00pm
Downtown Sikeston

Enjoy a fun Saturday night in downtown Sikeston, sampling wines from regional wineries, food from Susie's and Buffalo Wild wingsand music from The Real Deal.

Yoga in the Vineyards
Sunday, September 16, 2018 - 9:00am to 10:00am
Chandler Hill Vineyards
2018 Harvest Celebration: Augusta, Mo.
Thursday, September 20, 2018 - 10:00am
Augusta, Mo.

Explore Augusta and a day in the life of a German immigrant at the 2018 Harvest Celebration, September 20 - 23. Friday evening kicks offwith the “Swinging in the Vines” concert and picnic in the vineyard. On Saturday, enjoya fun-filled day of celebrating the diverse and exceptional talents and skills of the Greater Augusta community. There will be activities and events for all ages. There is evena parade! Saturday's festivities also includea “Celebration Dinner” recognizing the “Best of the Best” of the festival participants.The Augusta Harvest Festival concludes on Sunday afternoon with a variety of activities and events all focused on the culture and heritage of Augusta.

For more information and reservations contact the Greater Augusta Chamber of Commerce at 636-228-4005.

Yoga in the Vineyards
Sunday, September 23, 2018 - 9:00am to 10:00am
Chandler Hill Vineyards
Wine Brews on the Avenues
Saturday, September 29, 2018 - 2:00pm to 6:00pm
The Avenues of the Historic Downtown Sedalia District

Enjoy the beautiful Missouri autumn season with a stroll along The Avenues of historic downtown Sedalia and tastings offered from eight to ten Missouri wineries and vineyards along with several craft beer breweries. Participating host shops will be located on the 100 block of EastMain Street and along Ohio Avenue from Main to TenthStreet. Registration and event check-in will begin at 1:30 p.m. inside the Fox Event Center at 104 East FifthStreet. Pre-registration is available online. Discover the unique setting of the National Commercial Historic District and the hospitality of Sedalia's merchants and fine eateries. More information is available online, .

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