Many freelancers and consultants package up their services with dry or technical descriptions. That's not how to write good web content.
Make time for “aging for quality” in your writing process and find a spot for this dram of wisdom where you keep your copywriting tips.
You'll write more, more often, when you start having more fun. Put the advice from these three seasoned writers into practice.
The simplest questions often produce profound answers. This one can help you navigate tough situations with clients: “What am I committed to?”
Hustling doesn't always solve the problem. The best thing you can do for your future is often to enjoy the simple gifts already in your life.
Your work ethic may not win you awards, but I believe it is the secret to success. It will win your desired future and peace of mind besides.
Use this basic toolkit of 16 consulting questions to help your prospective clients better understand their needs, problems, and goals.
How can you turn your bad day into a good one? Here are some quick tips to help you turn your business lemons into a lemonade stand.
In order to thrive as a freelancer (as a human, really), you must learn how to deal with anxiety. This "Go there" thought exercise will help.
One way to grow your writing business is to hire other writers. You're not giving away clients. You're selling other people's time.