Monday Morning Jumpstart:
Freedom as a Writer

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How do you define freedom? Is it having a certain amount of money, a certain amount of time away from work, or something else?

In today’s Monday Morning Jumpstart, AWAI Chief Success Officer, Ted Capshaw, and Director of Training, Jade Trueblood, talk about the importance of defining freedom in your own specific terms because it is different for everyone, and your definition will ultimately guide you towards living the writer’s life you want.

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Published: February 27, 2023

1 Response to “Monday Morning Jumpstart: Freedom as a Writer”

  1. This was so good on the subjective definition of freedom. I could relate to the freedom of not stressing when the roof leaks or the dishwasher blows up. Knowing I can have the funds to cover it means more than painting my toenails and writing while at the beach. Ted, I became emotional just listen to you tell about never having to worry about your boys in a lunch line. I was in one of those lines as kid too. Thanks for a great session.

    Wes Andersen

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