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Get a Success Boost When You Find Your Tribe

There are plenty of ways to boost your confidence by surrounding yourself with like-minded writers and positive people. Find this group to build a more successful career.

How to Have a Successful Freelance Career with a Mental Illness

If you live with a mental illness, you may wonder if freelance writing is viable for you. It can be. Read this inspiring story of one writer’s success.

This One-of-a-Kind Investment Creates True Financial Freedom

If you want to achieve financial freedom, there’s one investment you’ll want to make. It’s the only investment with a guaranteed return.

5 Steps this AWAI Member Took to Land Clients and Start Earning Handsome Fees

Compelled to find a new career during the pandemic, Ralph McGinnis took a chance on a simple project to get his foot in the door, and then leveraged it into a new writing career.

Unmuted by the Pandemic

The pandemic has had a surprisingly positive effect on creative professionals who are self-identified introverts. Here’s how they’ve found new success and how you can make this work for you too.

Are You Waiting to “Feel Confident”?

Forget about confidence — there’s something else you need instead. Use this other trait to get started and move forward in your copywriting business.

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…

9 Action Steps to Building the Ideal Writer’s Life (Even If You’re Working Full-Time)

Combining your experience with copywriting is an ideal way to reach the freelance lifestyle. Here are nine action steps to help you transition from a job.

Quarterly Checkups Keep the Fire Lit Under Your Goals

Having goals to work toward helps ensure your success. It’s even better when you review those goals regularly. Use quarterly checkups to stay motivated.

Your Clients Are Not Your Business

Developing the right mindset to succeed in business means you need to take it seriously from the beginning. Do the three things outlined here to build a solid, steady writing career.

How to Confidently Convert Your First Prospect Into Your First Client

Here are a few lessons you can use when you find yourself talking to a prospective client. Follow these three steps and you’ll know exactly what to say to them.

The One Person Whose Good Opinion You Need

When you’re stepping outside your comfort zone, you benefit from having someone show you that you’re on the right path. Here’s how to find the validation that helps you build self-trust and confidence.

What Our Writers Will Accomplish in 2021…

Expanding what you know makes you a better writer and increases your confidence. Our writing team shares what they’re planning to accomplish this year, to encourage you to make progress too.

“Challenge” Yourself to Ditch the Resolutions This Year

Make real progress on your goals this year when you use this simple and fun tactic. Here are four things you should look for to ensure this strategy will work and put you in the best position to succeed…

How to Use What You Learned in 2020 to Improve Your Life in 2021

2020 gave us time to pause, and many used that time to think and to learn new skills, including copywriting and business-building. Now, here’s how to apply the lessons and do better this year.

Take the “Strong Start” Challenge

Get your year off to a strong start! Whether you’re a new or established freelance writer, get your business in order and set yourself up for a great year.

How a Cup of Coffee Inspired Gratitude

If you write a list of things you can be grateful for, you may surprise yourself. Jen Phillips April shares how a Ted Talk on gratitude changed her thinking. It might do the same for you.

With His Kids All Grown Up, This Busy Dad Decided it Was Time to Switch from an Engineering Career to Freelance Writing…

After a job in the desert as an environmental engineer, Bill Nettleton realized what he really wanted was to be a writer. Here’s how he made the switch to a brand-new career…

Living the Writers Life: Max Latimer

Max Latimer first found copywriting while searching for a way to break free from unfulfilling jobs. He initially thought it would be a useful tool to help him create his own business… and then discovered that copywriting itself was the dream business he’d been looking for. Discover what happened after that lightbulb moment and why these days, he’s excited to get out of bed in the morning…

Digging Deep for Your “Why”

Do you know what your “why” is? It can be your guiding star and help you shape a writing career — and lifestyle — that makes you happy. Katie Yeakle has the questions you need to ask yourself…

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