April Issue:
Work Backward for Bigger Success

What’s your end goal with writing?

In other words, where do you want your writing career to take you?

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

Put some thought into it this month … because as you’ll see in our April issue, setting your sights on something and using paid writing as your vehicle to get there works.

You’ll see it in our interviews with Candice Lazar and Curtis Dennis, both of whom are loving the writing lives they’ve built … (p. 5).

You’ll see it in our featured piece on Copy Chief Sandy Franks, who’s gone after and achieved huge goals while still making time for family … (p. 9).

And you’ll glean tips on how to structure your own end goals from the following articles:

  • Secret’s out! The world’s highest-paid copywriters do this … (p. 20)
  • Building relationships to build your success (p. 25)
  • Begin your writer’s life at the end (p. 28)
  • The thrice-tried model of career success (p. 31)

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

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Published: April 1, 2022

1 Response to “April Issue: Work Backward for Bigger Success ”

  1. Reading Barefoot Writer motivates me to double down and try harder in my copywriting efforts. Besides the amped up motivation, Barefoot Writer gives me the tips I need to build my success. Thank you Barefoot Writer!


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