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Business and Writing

Why Subscription is the best business model for you

How many services have you subscribed to? A gym, Netflix, an online course, magazine or newspaper? The list goes on. How much d id you use that subscription when you first got it compared to now, after a few months, or years of having that subscription? How long have you ‘subscribed’ to your current internet … Continue reading »

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4 Reasons Why Hand Writing Your Plan is Best

If you want to succeed in life, in the big things in life, you need a plan. Easy enough to say, right? If you also want to succeed in the smallest things in life, having a plan is a good idea too. And I have discovered the best way to have a plan, to create … Continue reading »

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Showing my Author some Respect.

I am a writer, a Professional Writer. I produce written content for a variety of clients, to be used in a variety of media- blogs, newsletters, websites, articles, social media and so on. I am fortunate to be able to claim a modest income from a skill which I am very good at, doing something … Continue reading »

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2017 – My Year in Review

This time of year we are winding up, finishing work or getting excited for Festivus. It is a chance to look back on the year, see what great things you’ve done, and acknowledge and celebrate them. How do you measure your success for the year? Followers? Dollars? Food in the belly? My year had differing … Continue reading »

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Language Warning

I love words. They have such power, can impart such meaning upon people. They can illicit hallucinations in your mind, imagining what it is you just read. Words can convince you to buy, to sell, to do things you would not normally do. They can make you happy, and angry, and often it is the … Continue reading »

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Want to understand SEO and Target Markets? Watch Family Feud

Trying to understand keywords, SEO Copywriting and target markets can sometimes be confusing. What words do I use to connect? What do they want to know from me? If someone wants to search for item X, what words do I need to attract them to that item? A friend of mine, Mischa from Melbourne Fire … Continue reading »

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Breaking the rules does not mean you suck

This is my 3rd article in my series about how you don’t suck. You will make mistakes. You will have people tell you about your mistakes and tell you how you SHOULD do it better. You can handle that. You know that mistakes happen when you’re starting out, and as long as you haven’t accidentally … Continue reading »

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Business and Humanity

Being in business means you’re in business. That sounds like both a simple statement to make, and a rather silly statement to make. No kidding, you’re in business to be in business. However, I have discovered recently that doing business with people, especially entrepreneurs, people who own their own business, or are sole traders, has … Continue reading »

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Turning up and doing the work

Being a writer, a creative, can sometimes be a joyous thing. Inspiration strikes, and words flow from the mind to the page in a dance of poetic wonder. But the other 99% of the time it doesn’t. Just like other professions out there, I have to turn up to work, even if I am not … Continue reading »

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Taking Criticism

Starting out in business, in a new venture, in a new direction, you’re going to make mistakes. It is inevitable. I talked about mistakes in my last article, and how if you take the lesson from them, and if you can recover from them, and not hold onto them, then mistakes can be very educational … Continue reading »

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