Tuesday, September 16, 2008

How to Start a Freelance Writing Career in 24 Hours for $0

I receive anywhere from 5-10 emails a week (a couple a day), asking me the same question, “How do I get started as a freelance writer?” The short answer is to just do it.

But, many wannabe freelance writers hold themselves back by simply not starting. They put roadblocks in the way that just astound me. Eg, I need a website, I don’t have samples, I don’t have any clients yet, etc. If you want to be a freelance writer, it's time to start being a doer – not a planner, a talker, or a dreamer – a doer!

Following is plan of action you can take to start a freelance writing career in 24 hours, or less -- for $0. Stop over thinking it and just do it!

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