In today’s blog, Mindy confesses a business misconception common to freelancers. Find out how she recognized it, pulled herself out of it, and what she’s doing to ramp up her business beyond her wildest expectations (you can do this too!).
Wrapping up month 2 at the Reality Blog means it’s time for a little reflection. This includes new realizations about connecting to community and recognizing progress. Plus, Mindy gives another peek into her current income totals and invites you to share your own progress, too.
Most of us can relate to the excitement that comes with new projects, but how about re-launching ourselves if those projects happen to fall through? This week’s Reality Blog covers that topic in honor of the Olympians who overcome false starts on a regular basis. Along with that, read about the similarities between web writing and going for Olympic gold and then find out what Mindy has planned for this week.
Moving forward with your goals often means letting go of things. Read this week about Mindy’s realization that excelling as a web writer means she can’t be all, do all, and control all. Plus, find out what projects Mindy has on her plate this month.
Ever get held up when it comes to seeing your projects through to completion? Thanks to feedback from a WWW member, Mindy had an “aha!” moment this week that’s helping her overcome that problem. Now, she’s propelled to follow-through on projects with speed she’s never had before. Read this week’s Reality Blog and find out if this method works for you.
As the Vancouver Winter Games kick off, Mindy ramps up her efforts to “go for the gold” and attract clients through various avenues. Discover how she keeps her “head in the game” and stays motivated through slow periods and tough spots. She also shares some of the best inspiring statements for people in our field. Take a look — and enjoy!
This week, top players in the copywriting industry like Paul Hollingshead and Katie Yeakle share their favorite tips on office organization. Read Mindy’s blog to find out what they do. Who knows, one of these tips might be a great way to tackle your own organization-challenges!