Do you eat much candy?
If you do, or if you don’t, you may be familiar with the following 2 words : Sugar Rush.
It’s a magnificent spike in energy that leaves you buzzing. Compare it to that squirrel in Over the Hedge when it drank a soda!
Similarly, there’s a motivational rush many of us encounter. It’s potent and powerful. Usually, my mind will race,ideas flow like a river and I feel pumped about taking on the world.
Fast forward a week – Monday blues – Motivational Rush exhausted and task is left incomplete.
Sound familiar? I bet it does.
Imagine, if you could actually get past completing tasks. For one, people would stop nagging you about it. Secondly, it’s rewarding – that feeling of accomplishment is one to be beckoned with. Thirdly, you’re being productive and DayWriter is all about productivity. [click to continue…]
Do you know what counts more than the content you provide? It’s your reputation. On the internet, the most valuable and credible source for being hired depends on your reputation. What’s worse than a negative reputation? No reputation at all. That would be you if all you have done up until now was read about freelance writing but never actually submitting any pitches.
If you focus your entire attention on building a solid reputation, your chances of being hired shoots up phenomenally. Let’s take a closer look at this statement. How many pitches do you apply for? Let’s assume you’re a newbie starting off – The average pitch would be a big fat 0.
Getting intimidated by other freelancers tends to be…intimidating however, battling this hurdle is no impossible task.
Now let’s imagine you put together a solid pitch without having any reputations. Sure, you may have a handicap compared to those established freelancers but if you were to apply for 5 jobs – you have managed a 500% increase in chances of being hired. Let’s say from 5 pitches, one potential client shows interest in your offer – immediately you have created an opening for building a reputation.
What comes afterwards?
The client requests sample work, preferably published – Yikes, one way stop street ahead. What do you do? Most likely apologize and hope for the best? Click Here To Continue Reading
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