As a writing coach, I meet people all the time who want to become freelance writers, but they let fear keep them from starting or expanding a writing career.
The truth is, the freelance writing life just isn’t right for most people.
At least not traditional freelance writing, where you have to constantly send out queries and pitch letters to potential clients and editors.
Sure, many successful freelance writers thrive on this.
They love the thrill of pitching an idea or a service to an editor or business owner and having that person give them an assignment or become a new client.
But, let’s face it, most people who just like to write don’t get excited when they think about queries or pitches.
In fact, they probably get nervous, anxious, and worried thinking about marketing themselves and their writing services.
They just want to write and make money doing it.
I’m one of those writers myself, so I know exactly how those writers feel.
And that’s why I have created a new mentoring program, designed to help people who love to write become fearless freelance writers.
I’m not talking about overcoming their fears here.
I’m talking about building a freelance writing career that doesn’t involve fear.
Then click here to learn about my new 10-week mentoring program called Fearless Freelance Writing: Build a Successful Career Writing About What You Know and Love.