I frequently challenge freelance writers to make important changes to their businesses.
Such as raising their rates.
Or going after bigger opportunities.
Or pursuing better clients.
But sometimes writers don’t feel confident enough to make those changes. So they … Read more
As a half-introverted person, I understand why so many introverted writers resist marketing their services.
The thought of putting themselves out there — and touting their credentials, track record and achievements — scares them.
And it keeps … Read more
Many of my coaching clients start their freelance writing businesses as “order takers.”
I don’t mean “order taker” in a disparaging way. I simply mean that when a client or prospect wants a piece of content, … Read more
When you’re in a leadership position, the people you lead sometimes put you on a pedestal.
They think you have everything figured out. You have no flaws. No struggles.
I’m in a leadership position in that people … Read more
To become a successful freelance writer, you need to be willing to take some risks.
That’s not to say that you should be reckless!
But you need to be willing to take calculated risks — risks that … Read more