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Five Business Theories to Apply to Your Self-Employed Writing Life

If you listen to a lot of business podcasts, read magazines like Inc., or just chat with other business owners in Facebook groups, you’ll eventually start hearing a few theories that

First and Best Aren’t Necessary for Success, but Competent and Different Are

So much advice in business and entrepreneurship tells you to be the very best at what you do, or to get a big first-mover advantage to stand out. Much of that

Does What You’re Writing Have Leverage?

I’ve given a lot of talks at writing conferences and travel conventions on different subjects and much of the advice has a common thread: leverage. If what you work on will last,

Are You Too Cheap to Succeed?

If your travel writing or blogging earnings have stalled and you can’t seem to move the needle, you may want to look at your spending. No, I’m not telling you to

The Case For Networking

As writers we spend a good amount of time alone in front of our computers. We have to if we’re going to meet those looming deadlines. But devoting time to your