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Chase your Dream Project

Freelance writers need to concentrate on the clients and work that is in front of them at the time. That being said, you should never stop marketing. And when it comes to marketing, you need to know who you are trying to get in touch with and which markets you want to break into. With all of this in mind, I urge you to chase your dream projects on a regular basis.

Ask yourself this question: what is my dream freelance writing project? Although I have many answers to this question, one would be to write for Sports Illustrated. Is this a project that I chase day in and day out? Of course not. That being said, I like to think that I am working towards this goal by building my sports writing portfolio and making connections in the industry.

What makes a project a dream project? In my situation, Sports Illustrated has been one of my favorite magazines since I was little. For this reason, I would love to see one of my stories appear in the publication. Of course, the amount of money that they pay writers is also something that is quite appealing.

Listen up: your dream project is not going to be one that is easy to attain. In fact, it will probably take a lot of time and hard work to reach your goal. But remember, it is important to have goals to strive for over the long haul. This does not mean that you should give up on other goals, but you should always have one “big goal” that can be called your dream project.

You can have one dream project, or many. No matter what, make sure that you know what this project is and that you chase it when possible. I may never write for Sports Illustrated, but it is something that I think about a lot. Hopefully I am taking the right steps toward making this happen. 

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