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Ira Glass says it well. We are taught that there is such a thing as talent and that you either have it or you don’t. But in reality, everyone sucks when they are a beginner. You have to be willing to go through a period where you just aren’t great at something in order to
I finally got the nerve to start pitching to freelance job boards and was able to cut back to half time at my day job. I work as a caretaker/cleaner for an air BNB from 11 to 3, 7 days a week. But usually, there is only an hour or two of work. each day.
How to Stop Sabotaging Your Freelance Writing Business Even When You Feel Lazy, Tired, Depressed, or Bored
You’ve been brave and set a goal to quit your day job and start freelance writing full time. This is a worthy goal and very doable with so many large companies that need expert content creators to produce weekly blog posts, social media posts, audio, and video scripts, white papers, lead magnets and more. There
Have you been thinking about becoming a full-time freelance writer or do you want to write as a side gig? This is an update on my progress toward becoming a full-time freelance writer and blogger. This article gives you tips on: How to find well-paying freelance writing gigs Where to post your work if you
I have tried numerous startups with apps at the center in my search for flexible work that would not be too taxing while I build my own business. Having decent money is key to making a creative life happen. As a creative, you need time and money to build your dream, so one of these
Contents Where are your natural interests and tendencies pointing? What are your natural Talents? Make sure your topic isn’t too broad or too narrow. Look at what the market wants not only what you think they need Make sure your topic is not so narrow that you can’t write about it for several years Choosing