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What are you expecting from your Career in 2009?

There is something about a new year that gets a lot of people excited. In my opinion, a new year signifies a “fresh start” in many ways. For instance, if your freelance writing career did not go as expected last year you can change things this time around. That being said, a fresh start can go bad in a hurry if you do not know what to expect in 2009.

What are you expecting from your freelance writing career in 2009? This is more or less a question that should be based around your goals, as well as your current situation. Over the past few weeks this is a question I have been reviewing with every member of my freelance writing course. In my opinion it is very important for every freelance writer, no matter their situation, to know which direction they want to move. Some members have told me they are expecting to move from part to full-time. Others are expecting to break past income records. And some simply want to get their freelance writing career up and running within the first few months of the year.

When answering the above question keep in mind that you can set any goal imaginable. You don’t have to set goals based on what others are doing or saying. For instance, my goals are going to be much different than a writer who is going full-time for the first time in the new year. Does this mean that my goals are “better” or that I am expecting more from myself? Of course not. Every freelance writer is their own individual, and you should set goals based on your situation and not anybody else’s.

Now is the time to have your goals in place and to know what you are expecting over the next 12 months. If you wait any longer the month of January will be gone, and you will look back and wonder where all the time went. Instead of procrastinating, set goals and realistic expectations for 2009. And remember, if you need help or want to run something by me get in touch via email.

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