OMG! The Client Said YES and Now You're Drunk Stumbling Around the Internet Trying to Piece Together Some Kind of Professional Client Contract—GULP.
You know you're supposed to send them something—right?! You also know that you'll look like a total amateur dipidy doo if you don't. But how?! Where?! What should it say?! And can you piece one together real quick using random copy/paste clauses from around the internet? (Survey says: NO, VERY BAD IDEA. But also, who has the time? Not you, thunderbolt. You've got money to make.)
Enter: The Client Contract of Wet Dreams
Yes, that's really the name. Created with love and gin by your friends over at The Quit Your Job Store.
This Kit Slays Dragons to Protect You From
THINGS NORMAL PEOPLE DON'T THINK ABOUT LIKE
Tame Those Nightmare Clients
And never have to worry about things like inappropriate refund requests that don't respect your efforts, last minute client cancellations, or things that make you feel like you've just gotten hit in the face with a shovel.
What Comes With The Kit?
Why This Kit?
What If I'm International?
Were These Drafted By an Attorney?
What's Your Return Policy?
Legal Jargon? I CAN'T THO.
Shout out to Ash and this kit, which I’m already putting to use. I just got asked for a Statement of Work and was about to fire up Google until I remembered I had this bad boy sitting on my laptop. And sure enough, I found one sitting right there, ready for me to fill out. I feel so prepared!
- Master Client Services Agreement
- Statement of Work Agreement
- Downloadable and Editable Word Docs
- 45-Minute Class on How to Use, What Each Clause Means, and Why It Matters
- Cheat Sheets With Annotations
- A 5-day email bootcamp giving you extra super secret tips around sending agreements without feeling like a weirdo, negotiating with clients, and handling disputes
- At least one bad joke
If Red Bull Gives You Wings, This Kit Gives You Nerve.
Go ahead: Ask for the big bucks. State what you want. Kill your imposter syndrome. Show up like a pro. Set the tone. Make the pitch. Outline the terms. Decide what you need. Put it on paper. Protect your interests. Dazzle with professionalism. Know your sh*t. Guide them right. And then smile sweetly when they say, "so where do we sign?"