I’ve just posted “The Three Dumbest Mistakes to Avoid in Freelance Writing” on my writing blog.
Here’s an excerpt:
There are two types of freelance writer. Let’s call them Type E (for enthusiastic) and Type B (for blah.) The first type is making a great income, loves his writing, and gets great satisfaction from it. He’s enthused! He can see a long career ahead of him, where he makes a great six figure income because of the huge demand for competent writers.
The second type of freelance writer, Type B for “blah” is a nervous soul. He’s not sure why he’s writing, whether he should be writing at all… he spends a lot of time depressed, and wondering whether he’s wasting his time writing. Not that he does much writing, he’s too busy questioning himself.
Read the article to discover the three dumbest mistakes to avoid in freelance writing.
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