Thursday, November 01, 2007

Post #39: 40 Days to a Successful Freelance Writing Career

PUBLISHER NOTE: This series was started to answer questions from seminar attendees about what was going to be taught at the Freelance Writing Seminar. Details. I entitled these posts "40 Days to a Successful Freelance Writing Career".

To start at the beginning of the "40 Days" series, click here. And, welcome to the blog. Now, on to today’s post . . .

Want to make $400, $500, $1,000/day freelancing? It's possible, but before I tell you how, let's digress for a minute.

As the 40 Days to a Successful Freelance Writing Career series is winding down, I wanted to end with three observations that prevent many freelance writers from making the income they should be making.

Yesterday in Post #38, we discussed the "little blockers" to success that can prevent you from making the sums mentioned above, which leads us to today's topic . . . how intelligently using technology can make you much more than you ever dreamed possible. Click here to read the entire post.
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