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Are you done with Freelance Writing?

For every person jumping into the freelance writing ring there is another giving up. Are you thinking about quitting on this career path? If so, you have the right to do so. But before you make a final decision, step back and take note of what you are doing. Giving up on freelance writing is not something you want to do on a whim. You need to think about every aspect of this decision, as well as how it will affect your career and financial lives.

Here are three questions to ask before you call it quits:

1. Where did I start? It is important to look back, consider where your career started, and see if you made the progress you were expecting. When you reflect on the past you may be surprised at what you find.

2. Where are you right now? After you look at where you have been it is time to consider where you stand at the present time. Are you earning enough money? Are you having fun with this career? This should be an easy question to answer.

3. Where can I go in the future if I stay on the same path? It is important to look ahead and determine where you will end up if you stay the course. If you see that you have a very real chance at reaching all your goals, now is not the time to give up.

Some people give up on freelance writing before they consider how much time they have put into growing their career. You may find that continuing to work hard will eventually lead you towards all your goals.

There may come a time when you have to stop working as a freelance writer – this happens all the time. Just make sure you are 100 percent sure of your decision.

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