Leave your response in the comments below!
P.S. Example responses would include:
– “Quit my office job and start freelancing full-time.”
– “Write one blog post per week for the entire year.”
– “Double my rates and find clients to … Continue Reading
We’re starting to wrap up 2019, and it’s time for some reflection…
Leave your responses in the comments below!
P.S. Use a fake name if you don’t want to publicly reveal yourself (but please use a real answer—the more specific, the … Continue Reading
They’re after more buyers, new buyers, and bigger brand reach.
That’s one way to grow, but it’s not the easiest path.
New customers are tough – you’ve got to find them, establish trust, and convince them to buy.
Your existing customers, though, are a lot easier to deal with – they already know … Continue Reading
Writing is just like any other skill. The more you practice and train your writing muscles, the better and faster you’ll get.
Don’t feel discouraged if your writing isn’t as good as someone else’s. Nobody is born a great writer. Chances are, they’ve been sweating it out in the Writer’s Gym for years.
That’s exciting news for you. It means … Continue Reading
One of the biggest roadblocks new freelance writers run into is setting up their website. There’s a huge myth out there tricking people into thinking that in order to get hired, you need to have a fancy portfolio website to show potential clients.
This is simply untrue.
Yes, at some point it might be a good idea to set one … Continue Reading
If you can only sell 100 products in a year, look at the difference the price makes:
100 products at $2 each = $200
100 products at $20 each = $2,000
100 products at $200 each = $20,000
100 products at $2,000 each = $200,000
100 products at $20,000 each = $2,000,000
100 products at $200,000 each = $20,000,000
100… Continue Reading
Batching is perfect for people who feel like their days are too short and are always running out of time.
Every time you switch tasks, you lose your flow. You have to open up new files on your computer, shift gears, and refocus your mind. This usually takes at least a few minutes.
Those minutes add up.
If you’re checking … Continue Reading
One of the most powerful driver of sales is referrals. When someone tells a friend how much they love a product, it can cause a referral chain reaction!
Hey you podcasting idiots.
That’s right I called you idiots.
It’s because most of you are missing out on one of the biggest traffic opportunities for your blog ever:
Most of you won’t do this because you’re lazy fucks. That’s usually why you started a podcast:
“Oh cool I … Continue Reading
We communicate a lot more now thanks to technology:
In the past most communication was done within a 10 foot radius. In ~20-ish years we’ve increased that radius to the entire world.
It’s why learning to communicate effectively is a much more powerful skill than back in the day.
• 5,000 BC: Tell the person next to you something.
• … Continue Reading