This morning, Seth Godin shared about breakpoints in sidewalks. He wrote: A neighbor recently put in some new sidewalk. As usual, the workman interrupted the unbroken swath of perfect concrete with lines every three feet. What are the lines for? Well, the ground shifts. When… Read More »What Are Your Breakpoints?
It’s easy to get caught up in the every day. The mundane cycle that repeats endlessly for seemingly no reason. Instead of accepting the status quo, take inventory of your activities and examine their purpose. Question your routine. Create art that attracts. Create marketing that… Read More »Does It Matter
Eighty-eight percent of B2B marketers are currently using content marketing, according to the Content Marketing Institute. There’s no question that we all understand the value of content marketing, but not many of us truly understand what that value is worth; what the content marketing cost actually… Read More »How Much Does Content Marketing Cost?
There comes a time in your freelancing career when you realize that the money just isn’t worth it. The money isn’t worth putting up with a bad client. Sometimes, it’s better to just walk away. As a freelancer, it took me a long time to… Read More »5 Early Warning Signs of a Bad Client
When you first start out as a freelancer, you find complete joy in cutting out a commute and wearing whatever you want during the day (even PJs). However, after a couple months of wearing lounge-y clothes during the day and answering work emails at night,… Read More »How to Achieve Work-Life Balance as a Freelancer
What do you think about writing 500-800 words every day? I’m not talking about sending 25 emails or dozens of tweets. I’m talking about cold, hard words on paper. If the idea of writing every day scares you, that’s totally normal. It’s hard to write… Read More »How to Commit to Writing Every Day