Professionally, I’ve been writing since 2013. Personally, I’ve “been a writer” since first grade. I’ve had a lot of time and many opportunities to figure out exactly what works for me and what doesn’t.
I know my best time of day to write blog posts, which hours of the day I struggle to focus the most, which projects are going to take me the longest, and how to appear much more confident in pitch emails than I actually am.
I know exactly what works for me. But what works for me might not work for you.
I love giving writing advice. But I’m not here to force my methods on you. It’s my mission, as a blogger, to help you figure out how to succeed as a writer — in whatever ways work for you.
So here’s how you can take some important steps to create your own “success formula” as…
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