A lot of writers suffer from one prominent behavior: being overly critical of themselves. In many cases, this has more to do with self-confidence and esteem than anything else. So, how do people get past this behavior to become successful?
t my peak, I had a goal to write 10,000 words per day while using content mills. And although I didn’t make it on most occasions, there were days when I did. How difficult is it to crank out so much content on any given day?
I was asked recently if I had any advice, tips, or tricks that I can share that helped me build a career as a freelance writer. This was from a viewer on YouTube, and I’m sure I’ll make a video about it in the near future. But today, I’ll share things I did to get where I am today.
Ah, the trolls of the Internet. You know, I kind of feel bad for them, really. Nothing to do but waste time commenting on everything. Still, you can’t deny how trolling can cause someone to start second-guessing a blog post. They are effective, to say the least.
Although everyone wants to become a success, not everyone has a firm grasp of where to start. Depending on individual circumstances, it can seem overwhelming. So, how do you build onto your version of a successful life?