freelance business

How to Punch Your Own Ticket to Triple Your Freelance Writing Income

How to Punch Your Ticket to Triple Your Freelance Writing Income. Makealivingwriting.com

A lot of freelance writers have a poverty mentality. I hear a lot of, “I’m just hoping to make a fraction of what I made at my day job. I need to earn enough from my writing income to survive.”

That’s one mindset of some freelance writers. But there’s another way to approach your freelance business.

If you take the attitude that your freelance writing income is unlimited, you can see your income explode.

That’s what happened to Canadian freelance writer Sylvie Tremblay, who recently graduated from my Den 2X Income Accelerator. After a year in the program, which starts with making a mindset shift to believe in yourself, she tripled her writing income, going from subsistence, paycheck-to-paycheck living to having money in the bank, traveling, and feeling financially secure.

Among the highlights of Sylvie’s story that you’ll see in the video:

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More Blog Traffic With Pinterest: Inside One Writer’s 161% Jump

Get more blog traffic with Pinterest. Makealivingwriting.com

I remember the first time I heard of Pinterest. It was four years ago. I was having coffee with a friend. She couldn’t stop talking about how to get more blog traffic from Pinterest.

Her enthusiasm for Pinterest was infectious. When I got home that day, I created an account and started pinning away.

Want to know how to use Pinterest to grow your business?

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How I Found 488 Red-Hot Freelance Writing Prospects

By Ayelet Weisz What is the most urgent need for every new freelance writer? Clients. And finding them isn’t always easy. They may not have the desire or budget to hire you right at the time you pitch. It ends

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The Essential Item You Need for Freelance Success That No One Dares Name

Recently, I began asking new subscribers to this blog to tell me their top obstacles as freelance writers right now. The responses have been interesting, and in some cases surprising. Quite a few of them are like this one: “I

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GUEST POST: Five New Realities for the Beginning Freelance Writer

By John White The freelance writing life, as my colleague Jim Schott points out, is “a hard way to make an easy living.” I often quote him because freelance writing does seem like a hard way to make a living

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