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Sidestep the Goals that Make You Fail

The point behind setting goals is to get yourself on a trajectory of success, but sometimes it doesn’t work out that way. Here’s how to set, or not set, goals and still make forward progress.

Escape the “Gap of Shame” by Regaining Control of Your Time and Effectiveness

Are you caught in the “Gap of Shame”? The upheaval of the pandemic has trapped more people in that uncomfortable area, but you can escape when you follow these five steps.

The 3 Layers of Writer Freedom

Building the dream life you want to live is less about luck and more about the choices you make. You can build a life of freedom, starting today.

How to Harness the Shocking Amount of Power You Have as a Persuasive Writer

Use your writing skills to stand up for what you believe in. You have the power to help those who aren’t being heard, when you write for the greater good.

4 Ways to Skirt Depression for Bigger Writing Wins

Follow four tactics to choose happiness. Gain tangible payoffs like adding more productive hours to each day and making more money as a writer each year.

Write Your Way Past Tigers, Uncertainty, and Unprecedented Times

As writers, what should we really be worried about right now and what should we let go, so we can get back to writing. Here are 3 ways to make good choices.

April Issue: Is Writing the “Cure All?”

Just released, the April issue of Barefoot Writer!

From Flight Attendant to Million-Dollar Copywriter

Henry Bingaman found a path to big fees and royalties as a copywriter. In this interview, he shares key points on his journey, and advice for new writers.

How to Make a Bigger Splash in Paid Writing… But with a Smaller Pond

Think small to build a writing career that brings fulfillment and success. Discover how to put this tactic to work for you and achieve your goals.

The Easier, More Enjoyable, “Failure’s Path” to Paid Writing

The rule book for success has changed. Planning to fail at first could be a good thing for new copywriters. Here are five ways to make failure work for you.

March Issue: Mess With Your Brain the Smart Way

Just released, the March issue of Barefoot Writer!

The Smartest “Harder” Route You Can Take to Fast Writing Income

There’s often a right hard way and a wrong hard way to achieve something. Understand the difference before you knock off an opportunity that looks too easy.

The Unequivocal Improvement Technique Proven By All Writers Who Came Before You

If you really want to be a writer, a good and well-paid writer, then you really need to follow the advice of the experts. Here’s what Mindy discovered…

What If There Really Isn’t a Catch?

Mindy McHorse shares the path she took to reach the writer’s life, and shows you what can happen when you start down your own path, too.

January Issue: Your “Writer-Athlete-Brain”

Your January issue of Barefoot Writer is waiting! Plus, this January kicks off a series of new interactions in our Barefoot Writer Club Members Only Facebook group, including video Q&As with me, more contests, and “flash specs” (i.e., more chances for you to get published).

When Things Aren’t What They Seem (Because They’re Better!)

Practice seeing things in a different light… It will surprise you just how much opportunity is right at your fingertips. You can move closer to your goals.

Fired, Wired, and Grateful: The Secret to Big Wins in Writing

You can do many things to build your writing business, but Mindy McHorse found an unexpected tactic works. It increases success, and improves your health!

The Welcome Mat of the Writing World

Your writing skills are in-demand. They’re a measurable service that can be ordered and delivered. Use this tactic to open up the world of paid writing.

Get Over the Symptoms of “Supposition Syndrome” to Fully Transition to Writing Life

At some point, we’ve been told we should act, live, or make our money a certain way. The writer’s life allows you to make your own choices… here’s how…

Use the Opposite of Logic to Get Through Adversity and Launch a Glorious Writing Career

Sometimes you need to dive in to the writer’s life, regardless of anything else going on in your life. It could be the solution to challenges you face.

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