“One Day” or “Day One”? 7 Tips for Making the Leap

One day or day one. You decide. Printed on old typewriter

We’re starting a unique summer … where the normal sporting events, concerts, vacations, and social gatherings are being altered or cancelled due to ongoing pandemic concerns …

And with so many plans up in the air, this may be your chance to do something you just haven’t found the time yet to pursue: becoming a paid writer.

If you’ve been sitting on the fence, thinking you’ll get in the game “one day” … today is your chance to get started.

This can be “day one” of your new career — all from the safety of home.

The opportunities for freelance writers have never been greater. Businesses need your help more than ever.

And the sooner you get started, the faster you’ll be enjoying the life you can create from your writing.

AWAI Success Rachael Kraft shares some stories of copywriters who made the shift from “one day to day one” in today’s issue of The Writer’s Life. Plus, she offers seven tips to get started.

Keep in mind, there is no better time to start than now. Because whatever you want to do, we’ve got the training resources you need.

And right now, you can get unlimited access to our complete library of home study and business-building programs free — for life.

That includes everything we’ve already published over the last 23 years … AND everything we publish in the future!

We just opened the doors to our Infinity Program  … our most popular “value deal” of the year.

>> Check out all the details now.

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Published: June 5, 2020

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