Author Chris Worth has expanded his workbook for freelancers 100 Days, 100 Grand into the value-added 100 Days Plus Pack!
I’m just really excited by this book, it’s absolutely fantastic, wish I found it sooner!” – Matt, UK
The freelance life sounds brilliant, doesn’t it?
Working in your pyjamas. Joining a call from a sun-dappled beach. Sneaking out for Yoga in the middle of the day.
It sounds great—and it is. (Take it from someone who’s led this life for twenty years.) But there’s a problem. While everyone can imagine it, not many are doing it.
Working for yourself is harder than you think.
Across all sectors, the average UK freelancer bills just £18,650 a year. Some don’t make minimum wage. In fact, 95% earn less than average household income—even working, on average, 54 hours a week!
(And remember that’s pre-tax, pre-expenses, pre-everything. Doesn’t leave much for those relaxed breakfasts and tropical holidays, does it?)
Look at the UK’s 5m freelancers, and you’ll find too many are working their backsides off, for far less than they deserve. That’s why many who go into the freelance life are out of it within a year. (Over 60%, to put in the numbers.)
Yes, six in ten freelancers turn back to wage slavery, letting their dreams of personal and financial freedom wither on the vine . . .
. . . but there’s some good news too. For every thousand who go back to a cramped commute, there are a few who never look back—and who earn a great income practically from the start.
Life-changing stuff. Thanks for writing it!” – Michael, UK
I’m not talking the average London salary of £34k. Or the £53k you need to get into the top 10% of UK earners. I’m talking a genuinely high income. £100,000 and above, the start of wealth.
100 Days, 100 Grand is the secret to successful freelancing.
Thousands of freelancers are discovering their skills are more saleable than they thought—and taking practical steps to get paid what they’re worth. How?
They’re using the workbook 100 Days, 100 Grand. A practical sequence of actions that lets them define what they do best and build a £100,000 income stream from it.
And an ever-larger number are using the deluxe version available only from this page, with extra books and wallcharts to smooth their progress: the 100 Days Plus Pack.
So who are these top freelancers? Where are they? What do they do?
You might be surprised how diverse they are. They’re not just in “traditional” freelance sectors, like the creative industries . . .
. . . in fact, in every area where indie professionals ply their trade—accountancy to zookeeping—you’ll find a few individuals earning far above average, with six figures their baseline. And they seem to do it effortlessly.
These are the people getting the most from the freelance lifestyle: the six-figure freelancers. On this page you’ll see how the 100 Days Plus Pack helps you join them.
After all, the rewards are high. A six-figure income lets you live the sweet life . . . without the hassle of employing people or “building a business”. Freelancing is the career choice that lets you control your calendar and choose your clients, whatever your special skill is.
And £100,000—a top 1% income in most parts of the world—is the income range that most closely coincides with what really matters: happiness.
(Studies have shown there’s something magical about that £100,000 figure. Once you get into that top 1%, doubling or tripling your income doesn’t add much more satisfaction to your life. Earning £100,000 makes you happy . . . but £500,000 won’t make you five times happier.)
These folk work hard, yes. But they also enjoy the indie life—doing great stuff, for people they like, with time left over for hobbies, friends and family. It’s no secret these people love what they do—and the people they do it for love them back.
Imagine earning six figures plus, every year . . . without the hassle of a daily commute, tetchy boss, or employment contract.
By contrast, think what you’d need to do to earn £100,000 as a salaried employee. There’s a lot of stuff that just isn’t nice.
Would you really enjoy managing squabbling employees? Spending nights in the office away from family? Dealing with conflicting goals and office politics?
That’s the lot of most high-earners in the corporate world. And they suffer high rates of work-related stress because of it. (The “silent killer” of modern times.)
So how do these six-figure freelancers do it?
These high earners aren’t *better* than you. Not luckier. Not smarter. Not harder working. (I know this—because I’m not.) And they’re not all bankers, doctors, and lawyers. (I’m not one of them, either. I dropped out of school at 16.)
The difference with six-figure freelancers: they focus on finding the right market for what they do . . . and take the results to the bank.
And with the special offer on this page—the creation of a London freelancer who collected the right methods into a set of practical actions anyone can use—you can too.
Three years in the making, the 100 Days Plus Pack is a work plan for top-1% freelancing . . . by someone who actually did it. Who studied the habits of the most successful indie professionals, worked out what made a difference, and wrote it all down.
On the way, recovering from rock-bottom to top-1% freelancer himself.
If you’re doing freelance, or thinking about it, or coming back to it (!) then this book will be a bible for you.” – Amazon review from Anthony, serial entrepreneur
100 Days, 100 Grand—the 1,200-page “secret weapon” at the heart of the Plus Pack—is not like other business books. It’s not a textbook, but a workbook, with tasks and checklists to complete over a 100-day timeline. And the Plus Pack bonus materials—available through this page only—add helpful detail, with wallcharts and journals that guide you through your 100-day odyssey.
Best of all, it’s now available at a £100 discount to RRP.
If you’d prefer to learn more first, read on.
With the contents of the Plus Pack—including extra wallcharts and crib sheets you can’t get anywhere except the order link on this page—you’ll learn how to:
- Define your signature move worth £100,000+/year
- Find 1,000 sales prospects—without cold calls
- Create TWO £350,000 business assets in 100 days
- Earn 3-6x more than the average freelancer
- Win customers 10-20x faster than pro marketers
- Turn 1 in 2 projects into monthly fees of £500-£2,750
And yes, there’s a guarantee it’ll get you to £100,000. (More on that later.) Now, let me introduce myself . . .
The six-figure freelancer behind 100 Days, 100 Grand
. . . I’m Chris Worth. I went freelance after a decade or so working for advertising agencies. (In six countries and 16 markets!) Today, I live the freelance dream. And it didn’t need superhuman skills. Or a team of people. Or a big starting budget.
That’s the little secret of six-figure freelancing: anyone can do it . . .
. . . and I know this better than most. I’ve lived in the world’s top cities: Tokyo, Paris, London. I’ve jumped out of planes a hundred times, scuba dived in Taiwan and Mexico. I’ve worked out with the world’s top personal trainers, qualified as an instructor in things I enjoy, taken whole years off to learn new skills. These days I get to pick and choose my clients. I don’t pitch to them; they pitch to me.
I’m based in London, but I have clients in Silicon Valley, New York, Europe, and Asia. The most exciting countries, the most colourful cities.
Best of all, I manage this fun-packed life with very little. How little?
It runs to one daily list of To-Do’s . . . and one spreadsheet.
I work about six hours a day, four days a week, in two three-hour “shifts”. I start at 10AM and take a leisurely lunch. I’ve always got calendar space for a trip away, and I finish each day in time for that cocktail on the balcony.
(It also leaves plenty of time for learning new stuff—books and courses that add to my abilities. Which lets me charge even more for the work I do.)
So what did it take to achieve this lifestyle? Nothing.
I didn’t need investment capital. I don’t have an office. I don’t have an assistant. I work from my sofa with a view of the Thames, or the Member’s Rooms of beautiful museums and galleries. I work with companies in Europe, North America, and Asia, and enjoy great relationships with all of them.
Those years worrying about the ups and downs of freelancing are a distant memory—because I found a way to turn them all into ups. I’m about the happiest person you’ll ever meet. Because I know that if I hit a “bad year” again, I can get back on top in a really short space of time. And that feeling is deeply fulfilling.
And that’s what the 100 Days Plus Pack is really all about. Yes, it’s about effective freelancing. Yes, it’s about working smarter and more profitably.
But the greatest effect it’ll have on you is a sense of positive satisfaction with life. In other words, your happiness.
As a six-figure freelancer, you’ll live a life true to yourself, free from stress, doing what you love . . . every day. With the time and energy to do the stuff you’ve always wanted to do, and a real sense of purpose.
So let’s explore my journey into six-figure freelancing . . . so you can see how it might work for you. Because believe it or not, life wasn’t always like this.
A few years back I hit a snag. Everything had been going brilliantly: I was busy, doing interesting work, for clients I liked . . . and who liked me back. (One even flew me to his company celebration—in Las Vegas!)
One year things went very wrong . . .
Then that client changed strategy, and didn’t need me any more. In the same month, a second went out of business. (Ouch!) Then a third contract came up for renewal . . . and they didn’t sign.
In a matter of weeks, I went from the top of the heap . . . to the scrapheap.
My income that year went down by 80%. Yup, four-fifths of my business up in smoke. I felt high and dry! It’d been so long since I’d marketed myself I’d practically forgotten how.
But what I did have was time on my hands. (Plus a ticking clock showing me when my savings would run out.) And with a big-name MBA under my belt, I was pretty good at analysing stuff . . .
. . . so I started making notes.
What had I done right in the good years? What was I doing wrong now? Which actions lead to freelance success . . . and which are a waste of time?
It needed goals, sure. So I set that £100,000-income figure as mine. But goals aren’t much use without methods. How can the average freelancer know what’ll make them most money? Who should they sell their services to? Where should they start looking?
Most of all, how do you keep it real? Making sure the people you work for are truly in tune with your own ethics and values—people you really want to work for?
And it led to a few surprises.
Slowly but surely, my pile of notes grew. (It reached 1,600 scraps of paper at one point!) And a Big Idea started forming. Because I realised those scribbled lists and diagrams would work for any freelancer . . . if I could organise them into a proper work plan.
A work plan. Not a “tip sheet”, not a “self-help” book, but a set of practical actions in logical sequence that’d get me back to the income I’d enjoyed before. The kind of thing anyone could follow.
So the idea—I called it 100 Days, 100 Grand—became a passion project to share with an audience.
Now, after three years plus writing down and testing out these methods, I’m making them available to people like you. Because I believe 100% of freelancers could be making £100,000+ a year, every year . . . if they just knew how.
I will be recommending it to all my freelancer clients as the ‘New (Marketing) Testament’.” – Amazon review by Duncan, business owner
So what’s the secret that enables this six-figure lifestyle? It starts with the results of my passion project—a big book. More precisely, a workbook. A beautifully illustrated and professionally produced volume called 100 Days, 100 Grand.
Here’s the story of how it happened—in less than three minutes.
100 Days, 100 Grand is a set of actions for boosting your income into six figures.
It’s not one of those “inspirational” tomes full of fluffy, dreamy ideas. It’s a numbered sequence of practical actions, with actual tasks and checklists to complete each day. A work plan that gets you to a £100,000 income, from a standing start, in one hundred days.
(The Plus Pack includes a lot more than just the book, but the book is where it all starts.)
100 daily sessions turn the skills you have today . . .
In 100 short chapters—spread over 100 days—100 Days, 100 Grand shows you all the results and outcomes you need to establish yourself as a freelancer and attract clients paying you £100,000. The same actions top freelancers use to stand out from the pack and earn in the top 1% of indie professionals.
. . . into a six-figure income in 100 days’ time.
And that’s guaranteed. Complete the tasks in each chapter (making sure every checklist item is ticked) and you’ll be earning an annual income of at least £100,000 when you reach Day 100. (See below for how the guarantee works.)
WAIT! Aren’t tasks and checklists hard work?
Yes, they are. So if you want something for nothing: stop reading now.
There are no shortcuts to earning a great income—and anyone who tells you otherwise is a charlatan. There’s real work involved—after all, you’re learning how to make best use of the talents you already have! And that takes commitment.
But 100 Days, 100 Grand is less like a “training course” than you’d think.
First, everything in it comes from practical experience. I’m no academic; I wrote this book for people who work. 100 Days, 100 Grand combines learnings from my 20+ years in six countries and 16 markets, working with over 200 clients, on over 1,000 projects big and small. It’s everything that works . . . and nothing that doesn’t.
“So I want to say a huge thank you, your advice saved me from signing up to a hellish deal.”
– Amanda, UK
Second, it’s tried and tested. There’s no whiz-bang innovation in the 100 Days Plus Pack. Yes, it brings a set of techniques together in logical sequence, but the methods themselves aren’t rocket science. In fact, you’ll probably recognise many of them as you tick your way through the tasks and checklists.
A great handbook for anyone starting out as a freelancer” – Amazon review by Alan, business studies lecturer
Third (and don’t take my word for this—read quotes from actual readers below) doing 100 Days, 100 Grand is fun! The workbook (and the extras only available from this page—you’ll learn about them lower down) is a sumptuously produced super-book that people genuinely enjoy leafing through.
(I’m just one guy with a laptop, but I hired experienced professionals in typography and illustration to make sure I did the ideas justice. All paid for from my own pocket, btw. I said it was a passion project.)
Check out some of the double-page A4 spreads inside . . .
You can see it’s not a dense technical text that makes your head spin. It’s set in readable type, with generous margins for scribbling in, and over 150 full-colour illustrations and photographs to help you along. All the chapters and sections are numbered in sequence, so you can locate yourself easily even if you miss a day or two.
And of course, the content and actions are split into 100 easy-to-read chapters—one for each day of your journey to a six-figure income.
Now you know what it can do for you, let’s see how it gets you to your £100,000 income.
A professional workbook in ten parts
Your route to £100,000 is divided into 10 themed sections called “Parts”. (Each colour-coded for easy reference.) Here’s how they join together into the perfect 100-day programme for getting your freelancing into six figures.
Part 1: Keep it simple, by choosing the right tools
In Part 1, you’ll learn the basics. Seven days of learning how to get the best from freely available resources like websites, search engines, and office applications—including the “right” ones that produce the best results for most freelance professionals.
If you’re on a tight budget (like most freelancers starting out) you’ll first see how everything you need is free: all you need is a computer and web connection. Part 1 is a week-long section, of seven chapters—but since it deals with the basics, many people finish it in less than that.
(You might want to spend longer on Day 5, though. That’s the chapter that introduces dynamic content, the method you’ll use to talk to every prospective customer as if they were your only prospective customer. Some people buy the whole book just for that chapter.)
Part 2: Find what gives you a buzz, by defining your offer
Next up, Part 2 takes you into the core of what makes you “you”: defining what you can do for customers better than the next guy. In other words, the saleable skill you’ll offer to the market.
It’s another seven-chapter section, but a fun one. In fact, it’s probably the most fun you’ll have in the whole course, because you’ll explore the most interesting subject of all: you.
Over four days, with a tool called the Purposegram, you’ll answer four Big Questions about what you love and do best, contrasted with what customers want and will pay for. (Day 8 introduces this colourful tool, which is well-known to career counsellors worldwide. Incidentally, this chapter was the hardest in the whole book to write!)
At the end of Part 2, you’ll have your signature move written down: the skill or service that can earn you £100,000 a year and beyond . . . for as many years as you want.
Part 3: See who’ll pay, by finding your market
Part 3, another one-week section, takes a breather after the hard thinking of Part 2. It’s where you start looking for actual customers in the market for your product or service—and how to use websites like LinkedIn and Google to track them down.
(Do you know less than 1% of people know anything about the incredibly powerful functions, called operators, that can sort and sift vast volumes of information for precisely the results you want?)
Most freelancers moan they can’t find enough prospective customers for what they do. Part 3 gives you the tools to find hundreds. And then hundreds more. (Day 20 is your solution to the biggest problem for most freelancers: keeping your marketing on the go. Learning about your sales cycle is how you stop all the ups-and-downs later on.)
Part 4: Connect to customers, by building your network
Part 3’s about finding companies; Part 4 is about finding people within them. People you’ll later connect and converse with on the way to welcoming them as customers.
(Starting to see how 100 Days, 100 Grand works? It’s pretty simple really, just practical tasks in logical sequence.)
No, there’s no “cold calling” or other annoying stuff. It’s about building the list of people who can benefit from your product or service (i.e. those ready to engage you as a freelancer) and connect them together into your personal network . . .
. . . all without going to a single “networking event”. Day 24 has wise words about writing landing pages: web pages that attract prospective customers while you sleep. (This page is one of those!)
Part 5: Plan the List that’ll become a £350,000 business asset . . .
Part 5 is the heart of 100 Days, 100 Grand, because it’s where you start one of your two £350,000 business assets: your List. All the companies and people you found in Parts 3 and 4, and continue bringing in throughout your 100 days? They go on a list, of course—but Part 5 turns them into a List, capital ‘L’.
With a defined set of tags and markers (Day 29 sets the scene) you’ll add extra information to each name on your list, adding depth and detail to your growing network of prospects. It’s how you get to know prospective customers as people, not data.
This is the real “secret sauce” of 100 Days, 100 Grand, and it’s designed precisely for the strengths of a freelancer—namely, the ability to deliver personal, one-to-one service. (Don’t miss Day 27—it’s where you look at your work so far and decide the metrics you’ll judge your success by. Customers can lie, but numbers never do.)
Part 6: . . . create another £350,000 asset: your Letter
Part 6 adds another dimension to your freelance business plan—with another £350,000 business asset. (If you’re wondering where these £350,000 figures come from, relax—the workbook tells you.)
Sentence by sentence, paragraph by paragraph, you’ll write a Letter customised for each and every one of your prospects . . . without having to write hundreds of separate letters. In fact, you’ll need only a few dozen sentences to appeal to millions!
(This is the heart of the 100 Days, 100 Grand method: communicating one-on-one with hundreds of people, person to person. Explaining your offer in just the way that appeals to them. It’s called extreme personalisation, or XP.)
Part 6 is a longer section—two weeks of tasks, or 14 chapters in total. But in those 14 chapters you’ll discover the breathtaking reality of what the right words, in the ears of the right people, can achieve for you as a freelancer.
In fact, many people say Days 36 and 37 are the most valuable in the whole book—because they make you build the structure of a successful sales communication. With step-by-step instructions for building the content that offers your skills to the most lucrative market for them.
Part 7: Kick off your £100,000 earnings, with a Campaign
Part 7 takes the value you created in Parts 2-6 and pushes it even further. It’s where you start your Campaign, introducing your offer to the first few prospects for your services. (By letter, by postcard, by email—take your pick. The workbook recommends the best route.)
It’s another two-week section, but the pace of Parts 5 and 6 lets up a bit—more repeated actions, fewer day-by-day revelations. Part 7 is more about preparing your emerging business process for a lifetime of six-figure freelancing, bedding in the habits that’ll lead to a £100,000+ revenue stream, with no feast-and-famine swings between hard times and manic scrambles.
Part 8: Turning initial enquiries into paying projects
Paydirt! Part 8 takes you away from lists and letters and onward to your first paying projects. And you haven’t even finished your 100 days yet!
It’s about turning your prospects from Part 7 into real customers who pay you for the saleable skill you identified in Part 2. It’s also a two-week, 14-chapter section . . . and by the end of it you’ll have turned your first few tentative enquiries into real money.
This is where you start spending less time with the workbook . . . and more with the people who’ll soon be paying you £100,000. (It’s on Day 65 that you’ll learn how to answer the “£100,000 Question”: what does success look like?)
Part 9: Gaining repeat business from initial projects
It’s revenue time! In Part 9—nearing the finish line now—you’ll build on the success of your first few projects, by asking for followup projects.
(Why? Because a customer who’s used your services once is the best bet for using you again. Repeat customers are the best way to succeed as a freelancer, as anyone who does it will tell you.)
Many people find Days 85-88 particularly useful, because they teach the right way to ask for referrals. Referrals expand your list of prospects—within your customer’s team, within their company, even among their contacts in other companies!
It’s another two-week, 14-chapter section, to give you time to complete paying projects in addition to your daily tasks. (Which, if you’ve reached Part 9 with all actions and checklists completed, are now only taking an hour or two each day.)
Part 10: Leveraging repeat business into retainers
Finally in Part 10, your goal is to stay on target! Because with repeat customers on your roster, and more initial projects coming down the sales funnel, you’ve built up the head of steam a successful six-figure freelancer needs. So this section is about maintaining it as you go forward with your freelancing career.
That means retainer clients—freelancing’s Holy Grail. You’ll find here the right methods and models to care for each new customer in a way that brings more trust with every project, ending in the ultimate: the comfort and security of a years-long retainer agreement with each one.
This last section is another single-week one, with two extra days at the end for review—taking you to 100 days in total. (You won’t believe Day 100! “Fractional Reserve Freelancing” is such a powerful super-freelancing technique I’m surprised it’s legal.)
Of course, everyone enjoys reaching Day 100! But plenty say Day 92 is their favourite chapter in this section. It’s where you divide every proposal you make to a client into contract and non-contract work—avoiding that common freelancer scenario of “mission creep”: being asked to do work you hadn’t quoted a fee for. In six-figure freelancing, you get paid for everything you do.
(Just a reminder here: the workbook includes all the knowledge and skills you need to turn yourself into a six-figure freelancer—-the only extras you need are a computer and web connection. The book shows you how to make them work for you, and assumes no prior knowledge.)
A definitive anthology of practical knowhow, thoroughly explained” – Amazon review from Nick, programmer
Setting you up for a lifetime of successful freelancing
So there you have it—100 days, 100 chapters, 10 Parts. Yes, a top-tier income is a big job—but any big job can be broken down into manageable chunks. The Plus Pack does that breaking down for you.
So here’s a commitment from the author: if you do all the tasks each day, I guarantee you’ll be earning a £100,000 income after Day 100, from a roster of clients you’ll enjoy working with for years to come. More in this in a moment.
The biggest thing you’ll learn: six-figure freelancing is just a numbers game. Approach the right people, in the right way, and you’ll win all the customers you’ll ever want.
And once you’ve completed those 100 days of tasks and exercises, you’ll end your 100-day journey with two much bigger things. Business assets worth £700,000 (yes, that’s no misprint) on the “balance sheet” of your freelancing life. In addition to that annual income stream of £100,000+.
Plus over 100 pages of bonus material
You can stop there if you like—you’ll deserve it by then, believe me! But when you’re ready, after Part 10 you’ll see some extras. A total of 12 Appendices go into the 100 Days methods in more depth for those who’re interested.
What’s in these Appendices? Tips and tricks on how to keep yourself in “the freelancing mindset” of continual learning and ongoing professional development. Two fun techniques for learning more and learning faster (the 1% Principle and the One Page Principle). There’s also a Bibliography of over 70 terrific books and resources that can hone your skills even more, across many areas of life and work.
- See how the market divides into distinct levels of activity
- Understand the forces and factors that drive business behaviour
- See how a few simple parts make up all of economics
- Learn the human motivations that drive all decisionmaking . . .
- . . . and the attitudes successful freelancers adopt
These 100+ pages of extras keep most people motivated long after they’ve finished their 100 days!
For instance, have you heard of flow, the state of mind where you do your best thinking . . . and how to reach it?
Or PESTLE, a way to “scan and score” large numbers of companies in your market so you know you’re approaching the ones right for you?
Or the value chain inside companies that reveals how they turn inputs into outputs, showing you where your product or service best fits in?
You’ll find copious notes on these—and more—at the back of the book. But as you’ll see shortly, there’s even more on offer when you buy direct from this page . . .
Only from this page: the Plus Pack bonus materials
. . . the main item in the Plus Pack—the 1,200-page 100 Days, 100 Grand workbook—is the same one you’ll find on Amazon and in bookstores. (ISBN 978-9927470-4-6 if you want to buy the book on its own.) But when you order from this page, you’ll also enjoy these extras . . .
… a colour wallchart for every section
First, the package contains 10 full-colour wallcharts to stick to your fridge as you work through the sections—one for each Part. Why? Because readers said they liked planning ahead, and seeing what the next day or week would cover without having to flip pages back and forth. Well, they won!
This set of A3 posters summarises every section, in a format that’s compact enough for the smallest home yet big enough to read from a distance. Whenever you raid the fridge, you’ll be reminded of how far you’ve come in your 100 day journey . . . and how soon you’ll be earning that six-figure income.
Plans of your two £350,000 business assets
In Parts 5 and 6, you kick off two business assets: your List and Letter. The step-by-step instructions in 100 Days, 100 Grand lead to this complete “marketing system”, but again, readers said they wanted examples of these documents as pull-outs, rather than having to refer to the book all the time.
Well, their wish was my command. So A3-format crib sheets of both your List spreadsheet and Letter document are included in the Plus Pack, too!
Templates for Day 8’s career-defining tool
The Purposegram in Part 2 is perhaps the key diagram of the whole book, so I’ve included that as another full-colour poster in the Plus Pack . . .
. . . but it’s not just a copy of page 166. It’s a template for the actions you’ll complete in Part 2—all four Big Questions and gap-fill sentences for their Big Honkin’ Lists—plus summaries of two outputs from this section: your case study and value proposition.
Most people find Part 2 the most fun section of the workbook. This poster on your wall forms a permanent reminder of your purpose in life and work—the freelance offer that combines what you do best with what the market wants.
A journal to track your progress . . .
Many people like making notes as they work through the book. But if you don’t want to get your workbook covered in ink, the Plus Pack includes another bonus—a journal so you can note your progress, with two A4 pages per chapter to scribble on.
Once again: you can only get this cool 244-page notebook in your Plus Pack if you order from this page.
(The journal’s not blank. It’s a summary of the main book, containing chapter headings and checklists plus the most important diagrams. Helping you keep running totals of your targets and goals as you annotate your journey.)
. . . a primer you can read in 20 minutes . . .
The scope of 100 Days, 100 Grand can seem overwhelming at first. So by popular demand, your Plus Pack contains another bonus book: a pocket-sized 48-page primer called How to do Freelancing.
Just 5,000 words long, it summarises all the key principles you’ll use in your 100-day journey to freelance success—plus some simple exercises that’ll get you excited to start the main workbook!
Areas like defining your USP, why you don’t need to worry about “personal branding”, why your ultimate goal of retainer agreements matters so much . . . all the basics are here.
People say it takes just twenty minutes to read . . . but inspires them for their whole 100-day work plan!
It’s super helpful and by far the most detailed and value-for-money business book I have ever read! – Åsa, freelance creative
. . . (and a note of thanks from the author)
By the way, every pack is personally autographed by the author. (That’s me!) Not much in itself, but hey, doesn’t everyone like the thought of getting a signed copy?
So that’s the 100 Days Plus Pack. The Pack is only available in print format, not digital, because its tasks and actions are hands-on. I wanted people to be able to scribble in it, add tabs to pages, make it their own. Because I believe that’s how people learn best.
And with the Plus Pack’s bonus extras, you’ll have all the templates and wallcharts to smooth your route to a £100,000+ income . . . and keep earning for the rest of your working life.
Plus membership of a private web community
In addition, beyond the Plus Pack itself, you’ll be invited to join a private social media group where you can ask questions and discuss your 100-day journey with likeminded freelance professionals. You’re not alone on this journey—I’m there with you.
And if you want more than £100,000? Just do a second round of the book when you’re up and running as a six-figure freelancer. The methods are additive: if you want £200,000 a year, build on your base with another playthrough.
It’ll be hard work—but if you’re still reading, you’re not afraid of that.
And now, a caveat . . .
Who shouldn’t buy 100 Days, 100 Grand?
. . . I worked hard to make 100 Days, 100 Grand the best it could be. But that doesn’t mean it’s right for everyone. So first, a warning.
The method ISN’T for anyone looking for an easy fix, a shortcut to wealth, or a get-rich-quick scheme. It’s about working through a series of concrete actions in logical sequence towards a set goal. Actions that produce a £100,000+ annual income from doing that thing you do. (Whatever that thing is.)
If you prefer the security of a daily commute and a carriage clock in 30 years, stay where you are. I’m not going to sugarcoat this:
100 Days, 100 Grand asks you to do actual work. There are tasks to perform and checklists to complete, and you’ll need to finish each day before moving onto the next. Creating a £100,000 revenue stream takes work, and that shouldn’t come as a surprise. (There’s no cold calling, though. Cold calling sucks.)
But while it involves real work, there’s no rocket science in 100 Days, 100 Grand. Because successful freelancing doesn’t need rocket science. I dropped out of school at 16. I’ve been a lowly import clerk, a penniless backpacker, a scruffy English teacher. I’m not “special”, and you don’t need to be, either.
Professional freelancing the 100 Days way doesn’t need a PhD in cleverology. (Although it helps if you attended the University of Life.)
So if you do take the journey I’ve mapped out for you . . . the journey that made me my “best self” and gave me the life I’d always wanted . . . you can expect your six-figure income (and that’s just the start!) to start showing up in your bank account in a little more than three months. For most people, that’s an outcome worth working for.
After all, the average person isn’t a lazy bum who expects something for nothing. And the average freelancer certainly isn’t.
So now you know it’ll take some work. What doesn’t it need?
What you don’t need to start your £100,000+ journey
You don’t need fistfuls of cash. 99% of the “cost” is simply your own blood, sweat, and tears. (Melodramatic? Maybe, but remember I’m not promising something for nothing here. Unlike most “success schemes”.)
You don’t need “knowledge”. Everything you need is in the workbook’s 1,200 full-colour pages. (Plus the extra bits you’ll get when you order direct from the author, on this page.)
And you don’t need “experience”. The 100 Days method works on the principle that every motivated adult is good at something worth paying for—you’ve just got to discover what. It really is that straightforward.
But don’t take it from me. Look at the reviews from actual readers:
“Definitely, a five-star read from me.”
– Tom, freelance editor
“It’s super helpful and by far the most detailed and value-for-money business book I have ever read!” – Åsa, freelance creative
“A great handbook for anyone starting out as a freelancer”
– Alan, business studies lecturer
“I will be recommending it to all my freelancer clients as the ‘New (Marketing) Testament’.”
– Duncan, business owner
“This Book is not a must read, it’s a Must Do. Can’t wait to get started!”
– Mel, literary editor
“I am dumbfounded by the scope of this book.”
– Michael, UK
“If you’re doing freelance, or thinking about it, or coming back to it (!) then this book will be a bible for you.”
– Anthony, serial entrepreneur
“A definitive anthology of practical knowhow, thoroughly explained”
– Nick, programmer
“I’m just really excited by this book, it’s absolutely fantastic, wish I found it sooner!”
– Matt, UK
“So I want to say a huge thank you, your advice saved me from signing up to a hellish deal.”
– Amanda, UK
“Life-changing stuff. Thanks for writing it!”
– Michael, UK
That’s the 100 Days, 100 Grand Plus Pack.
It’s the result of decades of experience, 1,000 real-world projects, and 2,000+ hours of creating and organising. In short: it’s everything that works, and nothing that doesn’t.
(Why did it take me three years to produce? Because it kept me busy with my own six-figure freelancing—the methods won me new clients as I tested them!)
But after decades as a freelancer, I’m now focussing more on my broader audience—other people like me. People who’d like to earn an income that truly rewards their talents. Will you be one of them?
2m people in the UK are capable of earning £100,000+ from the skills they already have. If you’ve read this far, you’re one of them.
The methods and models in 100 Days, 100 Grand work. I know this because I use them myself. And people just like you are using them, right now. So if you’re hesitating, get this:
I’m so sure 100 Days, 100 Grand will work for you, I’m offering a money-back guarantee.
All over the world, people are experiencing the freelance dream with 100 Days, 100 Grand: living life on their own terms, setting their own schedules, accountable to no-one except the clients they choose.
Definitely, a five-star read from me.” – Amazon review from Tom, freelance editor
But I understand you haven’t seen the Plus Pack for yourself yet. So if you’re still unsure, here’s something to seal the deal: a money-back offer.
Yes, your £100,000 freelance income is GUARANTEED.
If you work through the book and it doesn’t deliver that top-tier income, get in touch with me using the contact details you’ll find in your Plus Pack, anytime up to a year after purchase. I’ll ask to see two of your outputs (your List and Letter) and, as long as you’ve followed the tasks and checklists, I’ll refund your payment without quibbles. In full.
(You even get to keep the Plus Pack! After all, it’s signed with a message to you. I can’t exactly sell it to anyone else.)
Why would I guarantee your future income with an offer like this? Because I want you to become a successful freelancer with my treasure trove of methods. Your success doesn’t take anything away from mine.
(The global economy is so vast, so deep, so full of opportunities, that even if every freelancer in the UK earned a hundred grand, it wouldn’t make a dent in my market.)
I am dumbfounded by the scope of this book.” – Michael, UK
If you’ve read this far, that should be all the assurance you need. But there’s even more: a £100 discount if you order now from this page.
The Plus Pack retails for £249.95. But order direct from the author, and you’ll get £100 off!*
Order from this page, and your Plus Pack is just £149.95, a £100 discount from RRP. How can I do this? Because bookstores demand a 55% cut of the retail price to stock the Plus Pack bundle, and that’s without taking printing and distribution costs into account. Selling direct from this page lets me pass the savings on to you.
Buy direct from the link below, and the 100 Days Plus Pack—including the workbook, journal, primer, ten wallcharts, and three crib sheets—will cost you just £149.95. (With FREE shipping if you’re in the UK.) So . . .
. . . are you ready to join the six-figure freelancers, and earn £100,000?
Just click the link and order your Plus Pack now.
Credit card payments are secured by PayPal (you don’t need a PayPal account, just your card) and shipping is FREE in the UK. (Other parts of the world, just ask!) Your 100 Days Plus Pack will be personally signed and safely packaged, needing a signature on delivery. Once dispatched, I’ll email you a Tracking Number so you can see how soon you’ll be earning six figures. Thanks!
This Book is not a must read, it’s a Must Do. Can’t wait to get started!” – Amazon review from Mel, literary editor