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          Journalism or content writing? A journalism grad will spend in the neighbourhood of $50,000 to obtain a degree (then fight tooth and nail to get a foot in the door), content writers n watch a few videos, throw up a five-minute website on Weebly or Wix and be off to the races.

          As a freelancer, taking time off from work n be a sry thought. What if an inquiry comes in while you’re away and you miss out on a great opportunity? What if there’s a client emergency and you let them down? And what if you go on vation and then have no work to come back to beuse you stopped prospecting? These fears are all possible scenarios so they’re important to think through. However, rest is necessary to fuel creativity and avoid burnout. So how does a freelancer take breaks without losing money, clients or opportunities? Here are a few ideas.

          Mary Ito’s latest bold venture has been to return to freelancing in order to take on a number of projects including an exciting new challenge: podsting. Never one to do anything by half-measures, it will surprise no one familiar with her work to learn Ito has launched not one but two original podsts this year.

          I still want to be a journalist. I quit my last full-time job in October and started freelancing. I sell single malt scotch whisky at a Scottish public house on weekends for extra sh. I have enough energy to develop interests I didn’t study in university. I’ve started a podst about outdoor adventure sports. I don’t have an office job. I don’t have a salary. I don’t have the reer I planned for. I’m fine with that. I am happier. I have control.

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          Journalism or content writing? A journalism grad will spend in the neighbourhood of $50,000 to obtain a degree (then fight tooth and nail to get a foot in the door), content writers n watch a few videos, throw up a five-minute website on Weebly or Wix and be off to the races.

          Taking time off when you’re a freelancer


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          As a freelancer, taking time off from work n be a sry thought. What if an inquiry comes in while you’re away and you miss out on a great opportunity? What if there’s a client emergency and you let them down? And what if you go on vation and then have no work to come back to beuse you stopped prospecting? These fears are all possible scenarios so they’re important to think through. However, rest is necessary to fuel creativity and avoid burnout. So how does a freelancer take breaks without losing money, clients or opportunities? Here are a few ideas.

          The Born Freelancer Talks with Mary Ito About Podsting


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          Mary Ito’s latest bold venture has been to return to freelancing in order to take on a number of projects including an exciting new challenge: podsting. Never one to do anything by half-measures, it will surprise no one familiar with her work to learn Ito has launched not one but two original podsts this year.

          Webinar: The Anti-Hustle Method for Freelancing Freedom


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          As a freelancer, being a “one-person business” n feel stressful and exhausting—but it doesn’t need to be! If you’ve ever struggled with managing your time effectively and staying on top of your never-ending task list, this workshop will help you become the productive boss of your own life and business.

          Why I killed my newsroom reer

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          I still want to be a journalist. I quit my last full-time job in October and started freelancing. I sell single malt scotch whisky at a Scottish public house on weekends for extra sh. I have enough energy to develop interests I didn’t study in university. I’ve started a podst about outdoor adventure sports. I don’t have an office job. I don’t have a salary. I don’t have the reer I planned for. I’m fine with that. I am happier. I have control.

          Webinar: How to Win Government of nada Contracts


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          The Government of nada spends about $20 billion a year on goods and services. Even sole proprietors n sell directly to the feds—no matter where they are in nada or whether or not they offer bilingual services. This webinar guides [Read the full article…]

          Webinar: Public Speaking Skills: A Freelancer’s Marketing Tool


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          Studies have found that people fear speaking in public more than death. In addition to sharing fundamentals of public speaking, our Toastmasters International presenter will steer you away from trepidation and towards dynamic speechmaking. Different forms of public presentations will be discussed, including in-person and virtual and there will also be tips on how to monetize your public speaking engagements.

          The Born Freelancer Reveals: Secrets of Where I Like to Work


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          For me, the craft of writing has three distinct phases: Prep, Writing and Editing. Each requires its own separate and ideal circumstances for my maximum prolificness.

          2022 Dave Greber Freelance Writers Awards open for submissions


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          Freelancers who write about social justice issues, the 2022 Dave Greber Freelance Writers Awards is now open for submissions.

          Webinar: The Seven Stories and How to Apply Them to Your Freelance Writing


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          According to journalist and bestselling author Christopher Booker, every story we tell falls into one of seven basic plots. This webinar will outline each of these archetypal plot lines and explain when to use them. It will also cover why [Read the full article…]