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Don’t Forget to Spend Time Staying Organized

Most freelance writers spend the majority of their days writing. This is a good thing because you are getting paid by clients for this activity. But you don’t want to spend all your time writing. You also need to think about other tasks involved with running a successful freelance writing business. One of them is staying organized. This may sound like a waste of time, but over the long haul you will realize that this is not the case.

This is not my first post on the importance of freelance writers staying organized. I keep bringing up this topic because many people ask me about how to better this part of their career. They are doing just fine in the writing and marketing departments, but for whatever reason they just cannot seem to stay organized. As you can imagine, this is a big problem.

Believe it or not, you can stay organized if you just take a few minutes out of your day to do so. Of course, organization means something different to everyone. Some people take great pride in putting everything in the right place and staying on top of every last detail. Others will let things get out of control before they take charge and reorganize their space.

The good thing about staying organized is that once you learn how to do so you will not have to worry about it in the future. In other words, good organization can become a habit over time.

Even though you will spend most of your day writing and marketing your services, don’t forget to stay organized. An organized career is a more successful one! 

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