Best Business Tips on How to Become a Great Web Designer

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Learn How to Become a Great Designer from Jairek Robbins

What are the best business tips how to become a great web designer?

I think you’ll agree with us when we say:

It is always a challenge for web designers to find the right methods and strategies how to increase their performance so they can generate more income.

Is it, really?

The good news is, there really are proven tips that will give you an edge how to be a successful web developer and to become one of the leaders in the industry. They are actually not new, but oftentimes overlooked wisdom because they sound and look simple.

In this video interview, Jairek Robbins shares more than just his two cents, but a whole lot of wisdom that will make you a better web designer. You can take all the tips and apply them one at a time in your life or career as a website designer. And in so doing, you will be able to increase your value and naturally expand your client base. So let’s look at each of them.

1. Always find something to learn from people.

To become a successful web designer, you need to accept the fact that there’s always something you can learn from people, whether from their successes or from their mistakes.

2. Have an accurate view how to build a really solid foundation.

Good money will not come in just because you created a nice blog, a website, or a logo. Rather, your success hugely depends on how big your community and platform are as well as the amount of time you invested to bring so much value to people that they trust you enough to learn more from you.

3. Be willing to give your gift to the world no matter what it takes.

Identify what the core talent or gift you want to share with the world and be willing to share it anytime, anywhere that you begin to generate a lot of value from it as well as generate desire for people to start wanting what you have to offer them.

4. Be willing to earn your way to the top.

A lot of marketers and sales people often teach that you need to set a high price in order to find better customers. The reality, however, is you’re not even booked for a project that costs $800 so why demand a $25,000 rate. You have to be willing to start at the bottom and bring value in what you do until people start noticing what you can deliver. Then, you can increase your rate because that’s the only way to go.

5. Just show up and serve.

Show up and serve people. Show up and serve even if they don’t have anything to pay you, but they have the audience and the platform to get your message across. Be willing to deliver again and again.

Give them what they need. Give them what they want. Give them even what they don’t know they need. Do it so well that they begin to brag you to every person they meet. That will make your business grow and expand naturally no matter what industry you are in.

Conclusion

Becoming a great web designer and getting into the place where good money is, requires an investment of your time, money, and effort. You need to have the drive to learn new skills and new tools to make yourself better and better, which adds to your value. When you add value, you also begin to create a brand and a name for yourself as well as increasing your skills and the ability to serve.

And the end result of it?

Your worth increases as well as your confidence because you have the evidence to back the claim of being a great web designer.

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Comments

  1. Great!
    That’s a really good coach. Inspiring message and the videocast made me revisit my values. I’m currently contemplating how to start, how to price myself, and I shall start from free consultations or not.
    Thanks again.
    Ah, also, I think more materials on how to communicate will be helpful. You probably are aware of the fact that many people can imagine great ideas and concepts, but how to convince others, how to explain and to be too complicated or boring, that’s a task too. Looking forward to your takes on that.
    Peace!
    ~ Max

    • James Richman

      Thanks so much for your comment Max. Highly appreciate it. We have a lot of guests lined up. I’ll make sure we also get a fair deal of guest who are knowledgable about how to communicate :)

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