So you want to add your name to the growing list of copywriters, content experts, ghostwriters, novelists, and journalists making money online?
Want to whip out your laptop and work from anywhere, so you can set you own schedule and live by your rules?
Of course you do!
And you’re smart for wanting to carve out a piece of this pie. Kudos to you.
I’m here to tell you, though, that the rules have changed in recent years. I’ve been funding my lifestyle with online writing gigs for about 7 full years now, and this gig doesn’t look a thing like it did when I was new on the scene.
It may not come as a massive surprise that an online career could change so rapidly, but it’s tricky to keep pace with the constant flux and evolution sometimes, right?
Every blog is giving different advice, everyone is claiming they are the expert, everyone wants your freaking money… It’s a melting pot of necessary and unnecessary evils, and it’s not always easy to navigate.
Well, spoiler alert: that’s why I’m writing this post for you!
For free! *confetti explosion*
Since I’m not really treading in the newbie pool with this stuff anymore, I’ve been doing as much note-taking on my insights as I am actually writing.
During a recent beach-side camping trip with friends and family, where I disconnected from work completely (reminiscent of my digital detox in Costa Rica this year), I started to notice some obvious shifts in my mindset, language and strategy.
Read on to learn about the #NEWRULES of killing it as a location independent writer. There’s only three, but each one is incredibly important to your success.