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Having an agile mindset can benefit your writing business in a number of ways and make you more valuable to your clients. See what a difference it can make…
Sponsored Content is on the rise, but it’s still in its early stages, both as a marketing method and as a means of earning an income from writing. Which means, it’s a growing opportunity for web writers. Try your hand at it in this month’s Practice Assignment.
Recorded: November 5, 2018: In this month’s live webinar, discover three things from Bootcamp that you can begin doing immediately to grow your writing business.
After four information-packed days in sunny Florida, Tracy Wilson shares her top post Bootcamp takeaways. These takeaways, which center around mindset and connection, might come as unexpected, but putting them into practice can make a big difference in your writing success.
Parkinson’s Law states that however much time you allot for a project, the time need will expand to fill it. That’s why you always feel like you never have enough time. But you can turn Parkinson’s Law on its head and make it work for you.
Do you dress up on Halloween? Does your costume ever make you feel like someone else, with different personality traits? See how you can use the same idea to overcome hurdles in your writing business.
A dirt-cheap virtual assistant at your beck-and-call 24 hours a day, seven days a week? Sound impossible? Not if you know where to look…