Your Career Podcast with Jane Jackson | Create Your Dream Career

Rachel Smith - Founder, Rachels List

February 25, 2020 Jane Jackson : Career Management Coach | LinkedIn | Branding | Job Search | Resume | Job Interviews | Career Coach Episode 188
Your Career Podcast with Jane Jackson | Create Your Dream Career
Rachel Smith - Founder, Rachels List
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Your Career Podcast with Jane Jackson | Create Your Dream Career
Rachel Smith - Founder, Rachels List
Feb 25, 2020 Episode 188
Jane Jackson : Career Management Coach | LinkedIn | Branding | Job Search | Resume | Job Interviews | Career Coach

Rachel Smith is a freelance journalist, copywriter and content writer – and the founder of Rachel’s List, a hugely successful jobs board and creative community.  In this interview, Rachel shares what it takes to be a successful freelancer and how to organise your business to stay on track, get paid on time, get the fun gigs and build a successful career.

 

Rachel has written for a range of magazines and newspapers including CHOICE, the SMH, Good Health, Women’s Fitness, Vacations and Travel, Inside Out and many more. As a copywriter, she’s worked on projects for Uncle Tobys, Deck of Secrets, ACON, Destination NSW, Mastercard and NAB. She has worked for large organisations such a Bauer Media, and for the public sector as well as the private sector.  She stays agile, positive and adaptable to change, essential traits for anyone in the creative field and especially for those who freelance!

 

We met a number of years ago when I was a recruiter, seeking talented copywriters.  We kept in touch through mutual respect of each other’s niche, and now it’s time for her to share her career story!

 

Rachel’s life is essentially all about staying sane while juggling her deadlines, Rachel’s List and about 587 questions per day from her 5-year-old. Copious amounts of tea (and wine) help.

 

WHERE TO FIND RACHEL

 

Website: Rachels List  https://rachelslist.com.au/ 

Twitter:  https://twitter.com/rachelslist  

Here are the links I mentioned at the beginning of this podcast episode: 

To obtain my Career Clarity Pack:  www.janejacksoncoach.com/careerclaritypack


Join The Careers Academy Online:  www.thecareersacademy.online


To join my Facebook GET STUFF DONE Accountability Group: www.facebook.com/groups/getstuffdoneaccountability

 

 

 

Show Notes

Rachel Smith is a freelance journalist, copywriter and content writer – and the founder of Rachel’s List, a hugely successful jobs board and creative community.  In this interview, Rachel shares what it takes to be a successful freelancer and how to organise your business to stay on track, get paid on time, get the fun gigs and build a successful career.

 

Rachel has written for a range of magazines and newspapers including CHOICE, the SMH, Good Health, Women’s Fitness, Vacations and Travel, Inside Out and many more. As a copywriter, she’s worked on projects for Uncle Tobys, Deck of Secrets, ACON, Destination NSW, Mastercard and NAB. She has worked for large organisations such a Bauer Media, and for the public sector as well as the private sector.  She stays agile, positive and adaptable to change, essential traits for anyone in the creative field and especially for those who freelance!

 

We met a number of years ago when I was a recruiter, seeking talented copywriters.  We kept in touch through mutual respect of each other’s niche, and now it’s time for her to share her career story!

 

Rachel’s life is essentially all about staying sane while juggling her deadlines, Rachel’s List and about 587 questions per day from her 5-year-old. Copious amounts of tea (and wine) help.

 

WHERE TO FIND RACHEL

 

Website: Rachels List  https://rachelslist.com.au/ 

Twitter:  https://twitter.com/rachelslist  

Here are the links I mentioned at the beginning of this podcast episode: 

To obtain my Career Clarity Pack:  www.janejacksoncoach.com/careerclaritypack


Join The Careers Academy Online:  www.thecareersacademy.online


To join my Facebook GET STUFF DONE Accountability Group: www.facebook.com/groups/getstuffdoneaccountability