As a writer who runs a freelancing business, I rely on goals to get things accomplished.
But not all goals are created equally. Believe it or not, it’s really easy to set wrong or ineffective goals for ourselves.
How do we tell the difference? How do we know what goals to set for maximum results?
John C. Maxwell is one of the foremost writers on productivity and leadership in today’s modern era.
In 2014 he was named “#1 leadership expert in the world” by Inc. Magazine.
He’s also spoken and interviewed with hundreds of top performers and discovered a game-changing secret; they’ve all built solid morning routines that help them start the day right.
You need to show prospects your value if you want to earn your worth as a freelance writer.
There — I said it.
You will earn your worth as a writer and make a living from this if you can show it.
Excellent interpersonal skills are essential to building a successful freelance business.
Communication is how we connect in everything we do in our personal lives and in everything pertaining to running a business.
However, these soft skills are lacking among many of us. The inability for you to communicate effectively to potential clients can lead to average results.
So, one thing you might be thinking is, how do I jumpstart my freelance career?
This is a common question to have on your mind when you go to set out on your own.
When I was finally forced into fully focusing on my freelance writing career because my salaried job was eliminated in a corporate restructuring, I couldn’t launch my website for over three weeks because I am a perfectionist.
Perfectionism can really hamper your ability to even get started with your freelance writing business.
You knew you were born to be a writer.
So, you leaped into freelancing. But it’s been harder than you thought it would be.
Are you a freelance writer?