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How to Set your Freelance Writing Career in Motion

Are you finding it difficult to set your freelance writing career in motion? In other words, you think about getting started but for whatever reason you never make any real progress. This is a common setback that many aspiring freelancers run into. The question is: how are you going to solve this problem so you can eventually move onto the next steps of your career?

If you can pinpoint what has been holding you back you will be in good position to fix the problem. Are you scared of getting started because you don’t have enough money in the bank? Are you worried about the time it will take to find your first few clients? These are just a couple of the more common reasons that slow down many freelance writers. It may take a while to dig down deep and determine what is really holding you back, but if you stick with the process you will eventually find what you are looking for.

Just like anything else in life, once you identify the problem you can then create a plan that will help you get past it. Sticking with the above example, if you are worried about money you should continue to work your current job until you have a large enough emergency fund. This will ease your mind and give you the time necessary for a proper start-up phase. No matter the problem there is a solution – even if it does not present itself right away.

Sometimes the first step is the most difficult to take. Once the wheels are in motion and you are working as a full-time freelance writer you will have the time and dedication to begin your ascent to the top.

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