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Tutorial Tuesday: Getting Your First Writing Client and Then Some

Today’s tutorial is all about how to get your first writing client. Enjoy.

Your first client may be your most important one. They may also be the toughest client to get. As a freelance writer, clients want to see that you have experience. However, if you’re new to freelancing then you may not have any experience to share. It’s a frustrating circle.

The good news is that there are several ways to gain your first client and that valuable experience that you need. Let’s talk about how to get your first clients and then help you step things up and gather even more valuable clients for your business.

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[Deal Alert] Profit To PLR Coupon Code

My last post was about a free guide showing you how you can profit from the private label rights content that is sitting on your hard drive. One of my good friends, Alice Seba, has updated training showing you ways that you can use your private label rights content to generate profits in your business. I even have a coupon code for you to use that will take $30 off of your purchase price. The coupon code is: SAVINGSFROMDEANNA. If you act fast, you will also get an invite to live training about this topic. This bonus is only available until tomorrow night. Here is the link to go check this product out: https://www.learnsmallbusiness.com/plr2profitc

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Ways to Make Your Attitude Your Ally

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It has been said that your attitude determines your altitude. In business you certainly need to have a positive attitude if you want to soar to reach your goals. This article will show you ways that you can create a positive attitude that will help you reach the altitude you desire to reach.

In order to get the influence of a positive attitude you have to first learn how to make your attitude your ally. How do you make your attitude your ally?

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Small Business Owners-Follow These Tips To Avoid Holiday Stress

While the holidays are supposed to be a time of joy, for some people they can induce stress. Depending on what business you are in, this could be the busiest time of the year for you. Conversely, your business could be exceptionally slow this time of year. In addition to business worries, you have the traditional holiday expectations to fulfill. It can be pretty overwhelming. So here are some tips to help you reduce your stress levels during the holiday season.

Don’t Kill Yourself Trying To Make Everything Perfect

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The Power Of Promises: Learn How To Keep Promises You Make To Yourself

From time to time small business owners like to reflect on the past. Some do it during holidays. Some do it on their birthday. Some do it on the anniversary of when they opened their business. Some small business owners like to set new goals when they are reflecting on the past.

Here are some of the goals or promises that people make to themselves. “I’m going to make the new year my best year ever”, “I’m finally going back to school to get my degree.” “I’m not going to work so hard”, “I’m going to finally get my health back.” “This is the year to pay off my debt.”

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Book Publishing Post #3: Writing A Book? Here Are Some Pre-Publishing Decisions You Need to Make.

book publishing3Before you publish your book there are a number of important decisions to make. Many writers focus the vast majority of their attention on the inside of their book, the content. And of course that’s important. However, the other components of a book are also important. We’re talking about things like pricing, the title of your book and more. These decisions impact sales.

What Are You Going To Call Your Book?

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Tips for writers-the basics of good content structure

Having good content structure is crucial to writing content that people can easily consume and understand. Having a good structure also makes the writing process easier for you. Here are the main elements to well-structured content.

==> The Introduction

The first sentence of any article needs to be carefully crafted to catch attention. People should instantly be able to grasp what the gist of the article is just by reading the first sentence.

Likewise, the first paragraph should elaborate on the first sentence and get people interested in reading the rest of the content.

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How to Get Clear on the Things You Really Want (Using the Law of Attraction)

In the realms of LOA, also known as Law of Attraction, we’re told to focus on and think about things we want. One of the tricks to this is to focus on what you really want. Have you given thought to the things you really want? Wanting more money is a good thought, and I’m sure you really want more, or maybe it’s simply the stuff money can buy that you want. If you do want money, for the sake of having money, have you considered the amount of money you want?

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Overcoming Time Management Obstacles in Easy Steps

Time management can be the single biggest challenge to working from home and being a successful entrepreneur. Learning to overcome these obstacles can be the key to managing and leading a successful business.

What are time management obstacles and what causes them? Many things cause time management obstacles including:

1. Perfectionism – Many people use perfectionism as a crutch; a way to stay busy doing what they know how to do and to let the rest slide. For example, you’re a skilled writer but detest accounting, which means you spend days on a sales letter and your books are so messed up you don’t know who owes you what or how much money you’re making or losing.

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How to Get Over Time Management Procrastination

 

One of the biggest challenges to being self-employed and owning your own business is getting over time management procrastination. It’s just so easy when you’re the boss to let things slide until it’s an emergency and you must absolutely get the task done. Here are a few tips to get out of this habit and start being productive today, not tomorrow.
 
Challenge yourself to something achievable but challenging. Sometimes we procrastinate because the task seems too large to manage. For example, you have an information product to create and just don’t know where to start. Rather than putting “create information product” on your task list, break the project up into several smaller steps. The first one could be, “Outline information product” or “Choose title for information product.” These smaller, more attainable goals are easier to accomplish and don’t feel as if they’re looming over your head.

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