Whether you’re a full-time freelance writer, or are writing in the nooks and crannies of your life, it’s vital to have a plan. When you’ve got a plan, you can track your progress – if you fail to track, a couple of rejections (or slow paying clients if you’re a copywriter), can demoralize you.
Your monthly report
When you’ve created a plan, track your results. Write down what you’ve done every day – create a DONE list.
At the end of the month, record your results. What you track in your monthly report is up to you. You can track:
* Number of words you’ve written
* Number of articles written/ sold
* Editorial and other contacts you’ve made
Include an analysis section. What’s working? What’s not working?
You should also include a section updating your yearly plan. As you progress as a writer, your plans will change. Update them to include your new ideas and goals.
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