Whether you’re writing fiction or non-fiction, long-term effects could improve your story.
Is it normal for potential clients to ask for your availability or info about other clients?
Are you a stickler for the details in a payment agreement. I am. Here’s why.
Are you trying to turn low paying, high volume jobs into a viable income?
Have you considered that the holidays may delay payments from your clients?
If you dread your work and you’re tired of spinning wheels, you’re probably to blame.
Stop expecting perfection. You’ll write more, and you’ll write better.
Don’t allow post-vacation affairs to strip away the bliss from your trip.
Readers don’t want to know everything you know. They want to know the things that matter.
Don’t struggle to answer questions about your profession anymore. Prepare for them.
If you’re doing it, claim it. Don’t worry about what people say.
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