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Last Day: Zero to Paying Client (in 6 Weeks)

Today’s the last day to get the personal guidance you need to go from “zero” to paying client in just 6 weeks with Ed Gandia’s coaching program.

A Peek into the Most Romantic Writer’s Lives We Know (and How to Build One of Your Own!)

Do you find it hard to picture your ideal writer’s life simply because no one else you know is living it? Here’s a peek at some who are doing it.

Seven Deadly Excuses on the Path to Writing Success

Excuses for why you don’t move forward with your writing business can camouflage what’s really going on. Discover how to overcome the 7 Deadly Excuses.

Making the Leap from “One Day” to “Day One”

Today is the day you can start working towards becoming a paid writer or it can drift by without progress. Here are 7 tips for making today your “day one.”

Family Man Driven By His No. 1 Reason for Writing

Joshua Vickery needed to make changes in his life, but didn’t know how until he discovered one thing. He shares his story and advice for up-and-comers.

31,536,000 Opportunities to Get Started

Need motivation to get started or make progress on your writing? Michele Peterson explains how an opportunity comes along more frequently than you think.

How to Ensure Forward Momentum Towards Your Writing and Financial Goals in Just 30 Days (No Matter Where You Stand Today!)

30 days is all you need to make progress on your goals. Follow these 3 challenges or create your own. You can achieve your goals, faster than you think.

Is This What You’re Afraid Of?

If you want to make money as a copywriter, but you feel stuck in a loop of preparation, you may have a hidden fear holding you back. Here’s the solution…

How to Find a Mentor to Help You Grow and Go Further, Faster

So you want to find a mentor? That’s a smart move, but it isn’t easy. Fortunately, you can enjoy big benefits from mentoring alternatives.

Outback Road-Tripper Finds Fame through Writing

Andrew Murray experienced the trip of a lifetime when he took a 12-month journey around Australia, and from that moment on vowed never to be stuck in one place again. But to make his dream a reality, he needed a reliable, mobile source of income. And that’s where Barefoot Writing entered the picture…

5 Small Things that Can Lead to Daily Progress

Feeling stuck on how to move forward in your writing business? Doing these five simple things daily can help you make progress toward your goals.

The Victory Strategy Used by an Almost-Millionaire Writer

One strategy could help you earn big success as a respected writer, and it’s easily found when you know where to look. Use this tactic to make big strides.

Newest AWAI Member Case Study: Ben Phillips

Ben Phillips worked various jobs but none were fulfilling — until a letter in his mailbox changed the course of his career.

R-E-S-E-T to Get What You Want from Your Writing

Achieve the goals that work for what you want out of life. Reset and refocus your momentum in your copywriting career when you follow this 5-step formula.

The Road to Success is Paved with Accelerated Failures

Everyone fails at some point, and Rebecca Matter shares why that’s a good thing for copywriters and how to use failures to move you forward to success.

Newest AWAI Member Case Study: Keith Trimels

Read about how this engineer spun his writing talent into his dream life.

Newly Minted Six-Figure Barefoot Writer: Angela Payton’s Story

Angela’s Advice: Tell everyone you know what you do. Take a chance on every opportunity you see or hear about. The worst that could happen: You get samples/writing practice. The best? High-paying clients. Read her story now.

Newest AWAI Member Case Study: Sharlet Brennan

Sharlet Brennan had a job she loved — until the business was sold. Find out how she turned this sudden change into a career where she could be in control.

7 Quiet Ways to Stand Out and Win at Writing Goals

You can stand out without making a fuss and be the writer marketers go back to again and again when you practice these seven steps quietly and consciously.

How Do You Know When You’re READY to Take on Well-Paid Writing Assignments?

If you’ve taken courses but don’t quite feel “ready” to go after clients, here are solutions to help you move forward. You can achieve your goals.

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