Jason Resnick

Jason Resnick

is creating actionable stuff for freelancers who want a life

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On the way back from the hospital after our son T.J. was born, I turned to my wife and said, "What's next?"

Personal relationships are the backbone of my web development business. Most of my clients become long-term partners, many of whom have come to me by personal referral. I figure all my customers should be happy customers, and I work hard to make sure that’s true.

Even if you’ve been successful in business for a number of years, the market changes. Technology moves fast. If you stay still and don’t adjust, your business will be left behind.

I know this because I’ve been in business since 2010 and felt this way — but I’ve totally changed the way I’ve focused and run my business.

I started podcasting back in 2015 and loved it. Today I host 2 podcasts


I've been able to create a business that supports my family by helping others accomplish their goals and dreams.


What's next?
If you are feeling that your business isn't what you dreamed it would have been because you are pulled in 107 different directions, I know the feeling.

If you are stuck having 10 bosses after you left your full-time job of one boss, I know the feeling.

If you wonder how you are working 10, 12, 15 hours a day and thought that freelancing would give you some time to do the things you actually want, I know the feeling.

My goal for 2019 is to help 100 Feasters reach their goals.

Feasters are those freelancers building a business to live the kind of life they want and staying out of the feast and famine for good.
On the way back from the hospital after our son T.J. was born, I turned to my wife and said, "What's next?"

Personal relationships are the backbone of my web development business. Most of my clients become long-term partners, many of whom have come to me by personal referral. I figure all my customers should be happy customers, and I work hard to make sure that’s true.

Even if you’ve been successful in business for a number of years, the market changes. Technology moves fast. If you stay still and don’t adjust, your business will be left behind.

I know this because I’ve been in business since 2010 and felt this way — but I’ve totally changed the way I’ve focused and run my business.

I started podcasting back in 2015 and loved it. Today I host 2 podcasts


I've been able to create a business that supports my family by helping others accomplish their goals and dreams.


What's next?
If you are feeling that your business isn't what you dreamed it would have been because you are pulled in 107 different directions, I know the feeling.

If you are stuck having 10 bosses after you left your full-time job of one boss, I know the feeling.

If you wonder how you are working 10, 12, 15 hours a day and thought that freelancing would give you some time to do the things you actually want, I know the feeling.

My goal for 2019 is to help 100 Feasters reach their goals.

Feasters are those freelancers building a business to live the kind of life they want and staying out of the feast and famine for good.

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