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Reality Blog: I’m Going to Miss My Goal. Now What?

By Candice Lazar | December 2, 2016

What do you do in the face of missed goals? Do you give up? Or do you learn from your mistakes, adjust your course, and keep moving forward? Reality Blogger Candice Lazar shares her plan for dealing with a missed goal in 2016.

Roving Report: Goal Setting that Matches Your Personality

By Susanna Perkins | November 14, 2016

If standard goal-setting approaches fail you, you may just need to tweak what you’re doing to better fit your personality type. Here’s how to do that.

Reality Blog: Use This Four-Step Process to Overcome Inexperience

By Hayley Michaels | September 23, 2016

When you’re starting out, feelings of inexperience can make you afraid to move forward. Find out how to overcome inexperience and get started as a writer. Hayley Michaels interviews Heather Robson, Christina Gillick, and Marianne Foscarini.

How I Took Action, Got My First Client, and Discovered My Niche

By Liz Farr | September 23, 2016

Getting your first client can mean jumping in before you feel ready. Sometimes a second benefit is discovering a niche along the way. That’s what happened to Liz Farr. See how her story unfolded.

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Four Prime Questions You Need to Answer Before Writing

By John Torre | April 21, 2016

There are four questions you should ask before you write your first word on any project. Asking the right questions will put you on track for success.

Why Loosening the Niche Knot Makes You a Better Writer

By Wendy Strain | April 20, 2016

Choosing a niche is an important step, but it can be a tough one. If you’re resisting picking a niche, learn why that might be and how to overcome it.

Your Desire to Express Yourself Can Be the Key to Your Success

By David Whiteside | April 13, 2016

How ready do you feel to be a working web writer? Maybe if you express yourself in your market, success will find you. Even if you don’t feel ready.

Use These “Chef’s Tips” for Getting the Most Out of Life – and Out of Your Web-Writing Business

By Amanda Foxcroft | March 23, 2016

Chefs have a secret to a well-organized kitchen. They also use it in their daily life. Use this same chef secret for success in your writing career.

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