Want to quadruple your writing speed while doing less work?

This is easier than you think.

You see, it might sound stupid, but the best way to write faster (and work less) is to get long term clients.

The reason for this is simple.

Starting a new job is hard.

You have to get to grips with the subject you’re writing about.

There’s research to do, things to learn, and other stuff you’ll be unsure of.

But here’s the thing:

Work gets faster the second time.

And the more you write about a  topic the faster you’ll get.

In fact, once you’ve been with a client for a year or two, your work speed increases exponentially.

For example, let’s say you’re writing blog posts.

The first post might take 2,3 even 4 hours to write.

A year later that same work will take about 20 minutes.

I’ve experienced this dozens of times.

This also happens with any type of work you’re doing.

The more you do it the faster you get.

The bottom line is that you should aim to get as many long term clients as you can.

This way you can work faster, do more work, and ultimately make more money.


Alastair Walton