Live: The Barefoot Writer March Issue

“With great power, comes great responsibility.”

Ever heard that line? It’s from the 2002 Spiderman movie, and it sums up the life of the paid freelance writer pretty darn well.

You’ll find out how on page 2 of this month’s Barefoot Writer. Along with that, you’ll discover:

  • 2 Essential steps for launching a successful writer’s life faster than ever
  • Marketing basics, including shameless self-promotion and attracting clients
  • What Brian Tracy, Timothy Ferris, and many more use to get more done in less time
  • 7 Core strategies for better writing
  • One writer’s rare chance to travel the world for free

Click here now to read your March issue of Barefoot Writer.

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Published: March 4, 2016

1 Response to “Live: The Barefoot Writer March Issue”

  1. Barefoot Writer is a good magazine. Definitely wish I still got it as part of the excellent course that I paid about $400 for. You guys keep doing what you are doing I am definitely planning to move forward with my copywriting career.

    Teddy Rose

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