CEO of Zapaty, Creator of the Idea Machine, Author of "The Doer of the Most Important Stuff" (available on Amazon), and Lover of Banana Pancakes.
We’re a different kind of company. We believe in ideas, and that good ideas can change the world. But we also know that so many ideas go unrealized. We help turn good ideas into reality through coaching and marketing services, and we use technology to amplify the results.
High performing CEOs, Entrepreneurs and C-Level Executives are almost always action takers, which is a good thing for the most part. But what separates successful people from very successful people? Warren Buffet nailed it when he said very successful people say no to almost everything.
We help successful people who love to do stuff learn how to do the most important stuff so they can make better decisions, take the right action, and get ten times the impact in less time. We don’t believe in cookie cutter solutions. We harness technology to assist in our interactive coaching sessions, and our main focus is in helping you tap into your own creativity so that you can truly innovate.
Choosing a business name is a real hang up for some people. I've met would-be entrepreneurs that get so hung up on the perfect name that they never start! That being said a great name is very important. Gone are the days when a name has to have any industry specific meaning (look at Google, Twitter, Apple, etc). In my opinion Logixess and Logixeed are a little hard to pronounce and do not roll off the tongue. Below is a link to a great tool for choosing a name, which also gives you available domains. I created the name for my company "Zapaty" with this tool. Best of luck! Here is the link. http://www.bustaname.com/word_maker
If you have any more questions, feel free to reach out.
If you consider yourself one of the best (which I assume you do, given that you're looking for high-paying clients), you should look into TopTal https://www.toptal.com/talent/apply
TopTal is a freelance site similar to UpWork, Freelancer, Odesk, etc...the difference is, TopTal ONLY hires the top 3% (so bring your A++ Game) and they only allow the top companies to hire their freelancers, so you don't have to worry about competing lowball bids to get work. Supply is low, demand is high, and you could literally pick up full time work immediately after being approved. The application process is pretty intense but if you get through it it's worth it. They are rabidly looking for UI & UX designers.
If you're not already using Upwork, I would get on there too. Some of the companies on there are looking for quality over price and willing to pay more for good work, but the demand is much lower.