Tuesday, April 5, 2011

D is for Decline the declined

D is for Decline the declined.

Anyone who has written for any amount of time probably has declined an offer, had someone decline their offer, declined a writing gig or been declined for a writing gig.

A decline doesn't have to be the end of the world. Look as to why you or the other party declined the project sought. There are ways to use the decline for bettering yourself in the writing world or any other career choice.

F is for Freelancing for

I have been freelancing work since I was a teenager. The work I freelanced when I was a teenager was yard mowing and babysitting.

Once I graduated school, it wasn't until my early 20s when started freelancing again. I had made beaded jewelry.

As I grew older, my freelancing jobs changed once again. I am now writing from home. I have been doing this for 12 years now.

Sure I have worked the mlm jobs in between, but those were never as lucrative as the other freelancing work I have mentioned above. The reason being is because I love doing the other freelancing work the most.

If you try your hand at being a freelance worker, it may take you time to find work that you enjoy just like it did with me.