Giving Back with the Writer’s Life

For beloved AWAI Circle of Success teacher Will Newman, having the time, energy, and financial freedom to give back is a huge benefit to the writer’s life.

See, Will measures his copywriting success in tacos.

Well … sort of! When it means spending seven hours making hundreds of tacos for an elementary school fundraiser, he does.

Of course, if Will were stuck in an office somewhere, he wouldn’t have been able to help. But as the writer’s life dictates: as you will, Will!

Will’s story today is about how the writer’s life offers him the chance to make a real difference in his community. You’ll also find three outstanding steps to help you reach those deeper benefits of your own writer’s life, from Will’s personal experience.

Click here to read Will’s article: “The Richness of The Writer’s Life as Measured in Tacos.”

Tell me, what is your deeper goal for your writer’s life? Do you wish you had more time or money to give? What’s your calling of choice? We all have one. Let me know in a comment!

By the way — if you’re ready to start living the writer’s life NOW, the fastest and most effective way to do it is to join AWAI’s Circle of Success. You get unlimited access to the entire library of programs and reports … and special lessons from master teachers like Will.

Honestly, every COS writer I’ve met attributes their fast freelance freedom to their membership. Click here to discover how this all-access membership could jump-start your writer’s life today.

Tomorrow, we’ll find out what Captain Jack Sparrow has to say about living the writer’s life … Stay tuned!

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Published: November 6, 2013

1 Response to “Giving Back with the Writer’s Life”

  1. I just want to start. I have quit my dead end job, and now I am ready for this to be my story. That's it.

    Guest (Nada)November 8, 2013 at 3:02 pm

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