Member Update: Comfort and Joy

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When you’re building a business, you have to step outside of your comfort zone.

There are going to be things that need to get done that are unfamiliar. And there are going to be things — like marketing yourself — that you may not enjoy at first.

When you move out of your comfort zone, that’s when you grow the most. You discover you’re capable of more than you thought. You learn a lot about yourself and life and success.

Time spent outside your comfort zone is a good thing.

But spending time in your comfort zone is also a good thing.

It’s the place where you reflect on what you’ve tried and what you learned from the experience. Growth involves work. But it also involves rest.

So for the holidays, my wish for you is that you take a little time to rest. Reflect on what you’ve learned about yourself, your business, and life in general. Relax and let your energy stores build back up.

Whatever you love to do that makes you feel most as ease in your own skin and that brings you the most joy, I hope you spend some time doing that during the next two weeks.

If you do, you’ll be ready to stretch and grow even more in the coming year… and I’m truly looking forward to hearing your success stories.

Have the happiest of holidays!

New on the Site

How you tell your story matters. Whether you’re weaving a story into a sales piece, sharing a tale over dinner, or writing a book. There’s an art to capturing and holding your audience’s attention. Andrew Murray talks about what a difference story can make and why it’s important to web writers like us.

Staring at a blank page? Unsure how to start? Feeling uninspired? Just about every writer finds themselves in those shoes sooner or later. But getting past that moment of not knowing what to write is easier than you think. Thomas Coalson shares five unexpected ways to get your ideas — and the words — flowing.

When it comes to landing clients, small businesses are definitely an option. But finding contacts with a small company can be tricky, because there may not be clear department heads or they may use unexpected titles for their positions. John Torres gives you some tips to help you zero in on the best person to talk to.

A Big Welcome to Our 2021 Reality Blogger

In 2021, Suzanna Fitzgerald will take the helm as Wealthy Web Writer’s Reality Blogger. I hope you are as excited as I am to see Suzanna’s journey unfold. Congratulations, Suzanna! And I want to thank all the Reality Blog Challenge finalists. Tim, Holly, and Valeria… you all did a fantastic job!

Around the Web

Whether you’re doing content marketing for a client or coming up with ideas for your own blog, the goal is to draw more traffic. Here, you’ll find 26 post types proven to get more shares and links.

Marketing your business on a budget? Wordstream shares some creative ideas to help you bring in more clients.

Smart Blogger shares seven steps you can follow that will assure you maintain strong relationships with your clients.

You may know all about helping your clients with content marketing, but do you have a strategy for your own personal brand?

That’s all for now. Make it a great week!

Merry Christmas and Happy Holidays!
Heather Robson

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Heather Robson

Heather Robson

Managing editor of Wealthy Web Writer, Heather has over ten years of content marketing and development experience.

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