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Quotes From The War of Art: pt.2

Accepting your creativity, being authentic, and getting down to business… Here are quotes from The War of Art.

The Link Between Goals & Plans

A goal without a plan is a mission without a strategy.

Are You Confusing Time and Effort?

Do you gauge the results you deserve based on the time that’s passed or the work you’ve done?

Should Freelancers Choose A Niche?

A niche means unnecessary limits and risk. Here’s a better way.

Don’t Be Discouraged By A Crowded Market

Here’s why everyone who looks like competition really isn’t.

Recognizing Negativity In Your Circle

Two reasons you aren’t feeling supported by those in your circle.

Create Better Stories With Long-Term Effects

Whether you’re writing fiction or non-fiction, long-term effects could improve your story.

Questions Freelancers Should Think About

Is it normal for potential clients to ask for your availability or info about other clients?

How Carefully Do You Consider Payment Details?

Are you a stickler for the details in a payment agreement. I am. Here’s why.

About Those Low Paying, High Volume Freelance Jobs

Are you trying to turn low paying, high volume jobs into a viable income?

Beware: Holidays Can Delay Your Payments

Have you considered that the holidays may delay payments from your clients?

Are You Responsible For Your Freelance Rut?

If you dread your work and you’re tired of spinning wheels, you’re probably to blame.

Writing With A Monkey On Your Back: The Fear Of Bad Writing

Stop expecting perfection. You’ll write more, and you’ll write better.

How Freelancers Can Avoid Post-Travel Stress

Don’t allow post-vacation affairs to strip away the bliss from your trip.

Shooting Naked Facts Can Kill Your Story

Readers don’t want to know everything you know. They want to know the things that matter.