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Apr 22, 2021

Last year, Brad Rice booked $225,000 worth of Salesforce consulting work. That's impressive on its own, but what's crazier is he only worked an average of 18 hours a week.

Brad took his existing skills and experience with a popular software product, and pivoted to become a remote freelance consultant.

This is the "SWAS" strategy: Software with a Service.

(We’ve heard from guests following a similar path with Asana and Quickbooks.)

If you're not familiar with Salesforce, it's the #1 CRM (customer relationship management) software in the world.

Businesses and non-profits of all sizes use the software to organize and manage the back-end of their sales efforts.

And on the other side, there’s a community of salesforce professionals who support those customers … and earn up to $230 an hour to do so.

Why are the rates so high? Supply and demand — there's a gap between the popularity of Salesforce and the number of experts like Brad who can help with it.

That's the opportunity I think you should know about.

To learn more and see if Salesforce consulting is the right career upgrade for you, check out Brad's Free 5-Day Salesforce Challenge.

Tune in to hear:

  • why there's such a high demand for Salesforce professionals
  • how you can get started today earning your Salesforce certifications
  • the progression steps Brad took to go from $40,000 a year to $225,000 part-time

Full Show Notes: $225k in 18 Hours a Week: The Path to High-Paying Consulting Gigs