It’s safe to say that thousands of people dream of writing for a living.
So what does it take to do this?
The first thing I can tell you is that it’s NOT about the writing.
You see, the biggest assumption people have is that being a “good” writer is important.
Fortunately, nothing could be further from the truth.
Writing is only a small piece of the puzzle.
In fact, your writing ability accounts for maybe 10-20% of your success. It’s vastly more important to learn how to market yourself, deal with clients, manage your time, and meet deadlines. Out of all this, being able to deal with clients is probably the most important.
You HAVE to learn how to weed out and avoid bad clients…
…and also how to cultivate, motivate, and manage your good clients.
The point is this:
If you want to do this for a living then stop worrying about being a “good” writer.
It’s easy to get by as long as you’ve competent.
Instead, focus on learning the abovementioned skills.
Do this and you’re almost guaranteed success.
Until next time…