Curtis McHale

Curtis is a husband, father, developer and business coach. He specializes in helping people build a business that lets them spend time with their family instead of working all the time. To learn more about running an effective business visit: https://curtismchale.ca.

  • What is Gamification for your Membership Site?
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  • Setting an iPad up for Web Development

    Setting an iPad up for Web Development

    Find out exactly how to get your iPad setup for web development with this tutorial and overview. Find out the apps you need to deliver results quickly.

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  • 3 Reasons People Fail with Personal Productivity

    3 Reasons People Fail with Personal Productivity

    Don’t get stuck working 14 hour days, use these three productivity tips to get your freelance business on track and stop failing with personal productivity.

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  • Using the Bullseye Method to Market Your Business

    Using the Bullseye Method to Market Your Business

    With some added personality and focusing on the single metric that matters using Bullseye Marketing, you can make sure your niche knows about you.

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  • What Project Management Style is Right for Freelancers?

    What Project Management Style is Right for Freelancers?

    To run a great freelance business you need to manage projects well. Learn the ins and outs of different styles of project management.

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  • Building a Productive Workspace

    Building a Productive Workspace

    Here is exactly how to set up your computer, tablet, phone, and environment to maximize your productivity in your home or work office.

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  • The 1% Errors that Kill your Freelance Business

    The 1% Errors that Kill your Freelance Business

    It’s easy to make small mistakes that can add up to business catastrophe. Here's a list of the freelance business errors I've made and solutions to help.

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  • Manage your Money and Software to Win at Freelancing

    Manage your Money and Software to Win at Freelancing

    You may dream of going freelance, but don’t take the plunge until you understand freelance money management and have your software sorted out.

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  • How Do I Blow My Clients Away As I Start A Project?

    How Do I Blow My Clients Away As I Start A Project?

    Today we’re going to look at what steps you should implement if you’re going to blow your clients away as an eCommerce store developer when you get started with your next eCommerce project.

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  • Project Management Basics for Freelancers

    Project Management Basics for Freelancers

    Once you’ve built out an ideal client profile and learned to write good proposals, you should be winning work regularly. Be ready for the increase in workload with a project management system.

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  • Find the Best Clients by Building an Ideal Client Profile

    Find the Best Clients by Building an Ideal Client Profile

    Build your dream business by ensuring that you are working with your ideal clients. Find out exactly how to categorize clients so that you can deliver the best possible service, every time!

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  • Strategies to Produce a Winning Proposal when Stuck at the Gatekeeper

    Strategies to Produce a Winning Proposal when Stuck at the Gatekeeper

    We’ve spent the last two posts looking at how you identify the real buyer of a project and then four ways you can woo the gatekeeper to talk to the buyer. Even with this information, sometimes...

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  • 4 Ways to Woo the Gatekeeper and Talk to the Buyer of A Project

    4 Ways to Woo the Gatekeeper and Talk to the Buyer of A Project

    In my last post I talked about the importance of talking to the buyer for your project. I introduced the idea of the gatekeeper there. To recap, the gatekeeper is anyone that doesn’t appear to...

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  • 4 Questions to Figure Out If You’re Talking to the Buyer or a Gatekeeper

    4 Questions to Figure Out If You’re Talking to the Buyer or a Gatekeeper

    While it can be flattering to be asked to quote on a project, it can also be a huge waste of time. When I started freelancing, I’d send a proposal as long as I figured that the person requesting...

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