Becoming a freelance writer – and I mean the kind of writer who earns enough money to quit their day job – is probably harder than you thought.
Tell me if any of these 4 things sound familiar…
#1 You can’t find any work
This is one of the most common obstacles most aspiring freelance writers face.
Well, what if I told you that there were that you could apply for – and win – every single day?
I know it doesn’t seem that way right now, but I promise that once you know where to look, (and it’s not always on the freelancing websites) you’ll about finding daily work again.
It’s easy to think there’s no work out there or that all the best jobs are always snatched up by experienced writers, or that nobody wants to pay you more than 5 cents per word.
But I promise, that’s simply not true.
Right now, freelance writers are in and thattrend is only increasing.
Why? Becasue every business needs a webisite (heck, I’ve even seen with their own webstires).
And you know what that means?
That means there’s a virtually unlimited number of people who need help with their website content.
From ecommerce store owners, to bloggers, to business coaches, and even other freelance writers…
…there are millions of people and businesses that need content…
…not just today, but every single month.
Again, you just need to know where to look. Or better yet, let somebody else find the work for you (more on that in a second).
But, let’s look at what else could be holding you back…
#2 You’re worried that you’re not “good enough” as a writer
I think most writers feel this way at some point.
But I guarantee, you can make a small fortune as a freelance writer, even if you have and even if you’re an “average” writer.
Take me, for example. I don’t have a journalism degree. I didn’t study literature. And frankly, I’ll never be an award-winning writer.
And when I started freelancing nearly 10 years ago, I certainly didn’t have any previous experience or business savvy.
Yet, here I am today, looking back at an incredible 10-year freelance writingcareer that shows no signs of slowing down.
I’m not saying this to show off, but to prove to you that even if you have an average writing ability, you can make a very nice living from freelance writing.
Okay, next up
#3 You don’t feel confident
You’re worried about approaching new clients, staying focused, meeting deadlines, or raising your rates. All of these worries create fear that stops you in your tracks.
I felt this way too when I first started freelancing.
But you know what helped me overcome all of that?
I figured out the best system for overcoming every hurdle that stood in my way…
A system for improving my writing skills.
A system for knowing when and how to charge more.
A system for managing deadlines and staying focused.
A system for approaching clients and winning jobs.
When you have the systems in place, you can simply follow a script – or a process – to get results, day after day. I’ll show you the systems I’ve developed over the past 10 years to win high-paying jobs consistently, and attract awesome clients who keep coming back for more.
And that brings us to our third and final roadblock…
#4 You don’t know where to begin
Right now you probably feel lost, confused, frustrated, overwhelmed and maybe a little scared to start freelancing if you are new to this, particularly if you’re thinking about quitting your day job, and if you have a family to feed.
And I don’t blame you. After all, there’s just too much confusing and conflicting advice out there, mostly from people who have never made a single dime from freelance writing in their lives.
But that ends today because I’m going to show you…
How To SMASH DOWN These RoadblocksAnd Finally Become The Well-Paid Freelancer That You Deserve To Be…
To succeed as a freelance writer
…there’s a hard way, and an easy way.
For me, I was forced to take the way
…spending YEARS learning from blog posts, books, and expensive seminars…
trying to figure out the secrets to success as a freelance writer.
And although it was worth every drop of sweat, I don’t recommend you take that route, unless you have a lot of patience and years to spare.
I’m Going To Show You A MuchWay To Start Making Money As A Freelance Writer
Look, I’m not here to brag, but there’s a reason why I made from freelancing last year when so many other writers – who are twice the writer I’ll ever be – struggled to pay their rent.
And it’s because I have proven in place…
…systems that have taken me years to figure out and fine-tune.
…systems that eliminate the same roadblocks you’re facing right now.
And today I’m sharing with you every single system, tool and shortcut I’ve developed…so you don’t have to.
And they’re all waiting for you inside…