Wed, 18 December 2013
#034: The Spiritual Side to Freelance Success (Pt. 2) -- A Talk With Pete Savage from ExpandYourself.com
NOTE: This is part 2 of a two-part episode on the spiritual aspects of freelance success. If you haven't yet listened to part 1, make sure to do that first.
The notes that follow are a very basic, unedited summary of this podcast. There's a lot more detail in the audio version. You can listen to the show using the audio player below. Or you can subscribe to this podcast series in iTunes.
To listen to part one of this conversation, please go to Episode #033.
Question #4: Am I letting my outer circumstances, and not my vision, influence my thoughts and feelings on the subject?
If you don’t have a strong vision of the outcome you want, you’ll always be in reaction mode. If you have a vision, it will guide you in your thoughts and actions.
Example: Joseph Murphy, The Power of Your Subconscious Mind.
Wed, 11 December 2013
#033: The Spiritual Side to Freelance Success — A Candid Talk with Pete Savage from ExpandYourself.com
See if this sounds familiar...
You try your hardest to launch your business. Or to get to a certain income level. Or to land that high-profile client you've been chasing for months.
But no matter how hard you try, you can't seem to get there. You've followed the formulas. You've toiled day and night. You've given it all you've got ... to no avail.
What's going on here? You've played by the rules. You've worked your tail off.
In part one of this two-part episode, my good friend Pete Savage (from ExpandYourself.com) and I explore this issue. And we talk about the missing link in this complex puzzle: the spiritual side of freelance success.
Wed, 4 December 2013
I'm not a fan of going after small local businesses for writing work. Most of them don't understand the value of great copy and content. Or if they do, they can't afford professional-level fees.
But I recently came across a writer who proved me wrong. Her name is Shawndra Russell, and she's earning a six-figure income writing for small clients in her hometown of Savannah, GA.
Oh, and get this -- she just started freelancing a couple of years ago!
In this episode she explains how she does it and how she keeps the work coming in.
The notes that follow are a very basic, unedited summary of this podcast. There’s a lot more detail in the audio version. You can listen to the show using the audio player below. Or you can subscribe to this podcast series in iTunes.