Eliminate the Overwhelm as You Build Your Writing Business
Joshua Boswell Reveals a Three-Part Strategy for Freelance Copywriting Success

Being a freelance copywriter can seem like a real juggling act at times, says business-building expert Joshua Boswell, especially when you’re just starting out.

You’re trying to create a writing business on the side while working your day job.

You’re improving your writing skills, finding and managing clients, closing deals, completing projects … and at the same time you have commitments to family and friends and your social obligations.

It’s easy to feel overwhelmed. But in the video below, Joshua shows you a way to simplify the whole process.

Joshua shares …

  • How to figure out the “reason why” of your copywriting career
  • The goal-setting strategy that propels you to success
  • What you must do before you buy another copywriting program
  • Why your calendar should be your best friend
  • And much more

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Published: July 7, 2018

4 Responses to “Tips for Copywriting Success”

  1. Joshua Boswell, your 3 strategies are right on target to help anyone deal with that awful counter-productive emotion of feeling overwhelmed. Life is stressful and can ruin your enthusiasm for a project or dream. You never want anything to take away from your family life, so your 3-step method gives a person a way to accomplish this, and to continue with their business endeavor successfully. Keeping it simple is always the best way to go forward.

    Mike Crowe

  2. Thank you, Joshua. I am a structured person from my business background. This helps me see how my new life can be structured.



  3. Years of planning every moment of every teaching hour would have been enhanced greatly by the Bucket method. Although I was very successful in the classroom this would have made it much easier. Can't wait to start using it.

    Blessings to you and yours!


    Marie Bungard

  4. Excellent advice. It's never this and that but this or that. Your explanation on how and why to focus on what's truly important in one's life is the blueprint to success.
    Thank You

    Guest (El)

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