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Freelance Writing Course Update: Two Spots Available

It has been a while since I last posted about my freelance writing course. The reason for this is that I have been very busy with my regular members. That being said, there are currently two spots available. As always, let me know via email if interested as I don’t expect them to last more than a day or so.

As of late I have been receiving many of the same questions regarding the course:

How long do members usually stay enrolled? Generally speaking, most stay in the course for 2 – 3 months. Of course, some stay around longer and others depart after the first month. And believe it or not, three members have been on board since the course opened in June.

Do I have to commit a certain amount of time to you and the course? Definitely not. One of the biggest benefits is that you can work at your own pace knowing that I am always available to answer questions and help in any possible way. Some members touch base once per day, others once per week, but the majority somewhere in between. Although there is structure it is loose to ensure that every member gets the most out of the course.

If you have any other questions you can visit the “freelance writing course” page at the top of the blog or email me.

Again, if you are interested in taking one of the two available spots let me know as soon as possible. 

Comments OffFreelance WritingNovember 29th, 2008

Happy Thanksgiving

To those of you celebrating Thanksgiving, have a great day. Even if you are not celebrating be sure to make the most of the day, and of course, get plenty of work done. While I am working for a couple of hours this morning, I am not going overboard. After all, freelance writers need to take time off just like everybody else.

No matter if you are celebrating today or not, take some time to think about why you are thankful for your freelance writing career. Even if you are just getting started in the industry it is safe to say that you are thankful for something; whether it be the freedom, the potential income, etc.

On this day I would love to hear what you are thankful for as far as your career is concerned. And of course, if you would rather touch base via email, instead of leaving a comment, that is fine as well. I love hearing from other writers!

2 Comments »GeneralNovember 27th, 2008

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