Starting a new project can feel like an avalanche of information and to-dos, and can get overwhelming pretty quickly. I’ve learned that there are really only three questions to ask, and the answers to those will give you everything you need to proceed.
Dear Heather, Do I really have to have a contract for every client? Sincerely, Every New Writer Ever Dear New Writer, Yes. Sincerely, Me This is one of those rare cases where there are literally no exceptions. Your contract is your not-so-secret weapon against clients driving you utterly bonkers and making you Read more about How to Write a Contract That Won’t Drive You Crazy[…]
When it comes to managing your writing career, you may think winning good clients is the most important thing you can do. And it is important. But almost as important is letting bad clients go. Bad clients are a drain on your precious time. And you ain’t got time for that. Of course, if you’re still Read more about 6 Big Signs You Should Cut that Client Loose[…]
Happy Monday, friends! Aren’t you excited to be back at work, productive and connected and satisfied after a long, boring weekend? What? You’re already looking forward to Friday? Oh, my friends. That is sad. Do you know you will spend more waking hours at work than at any other one focused activity? And are you Read more about TGIM–How to Make Monday Your Favorite Day[…]
Finally! You’ve got a live one. A marketer or other professional who wants you to write something for them, and now they want to know how much it’s going to cost. ACK. Is there anything anyone hates more than deciding what to charge? No, no there is not. If it’s any help at all, everyone Read more about The Quick-and-Dirty Pricing Guide for New Writers[…]