Monthly Archives: October 2013

Overcoming Writing Road Blocks

Don’t you hate road blocks? Whether or not you’re attending the free call on book writing tomorrow, you’re probably struggling with some sort of writing obstacle. I won’t use the term “writer’s block” because I don’t think it’s a legitimate … Continue reading

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6 Ways to Increase Writing Client Contact

On a recent client visit, I realized just how long it had been since I’d first contacted him. Nearly a year later, I was sitting in his office downtown getting my first writing assignment. There are a few reasons why … Continue reading

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You Owe It To Yourself & Your Writing Clients To Be Backed Up

Last week I suddenly wasn’t able to send email. My host fixed the problem when I called but I was never sure exactly when it happened or what emails didn’t actually go out. This morning I got word from a … Continue reading

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Avoiding Writing Client Guilt

Over a cup of Starbucks this morning, my writer friend and I were talking about some of the strange ways clients try to get their way with us.Yes, they do have some control over the project — after all, it … Continue reading

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