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Freelance Services by Laurence Blume

Discussion in 'Freelance Services Showcase' started by Fredlance, Sep 28, 2017.

  1. Fredlance

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    Sep 28, 2017
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    For everyone who is a freelance copywriter, there are days when the security of employment looks incomparably attractive.

    But if you’re employed, the idea of quitting your job and working for yourself as a freelance copywriter can look even more appealing.

    If you’ve always been an employee, the desire to leave behind bosses, office politics and fixed hours for ever can be particularly strong.

    But for lots of people in this position, the most frightening and challenging part of pulling this off isn’t really to do with writing, or with what they know about marketing, or even with how to go about finding work.

    It’s to do with how you’ll be able to organise your life to cope with the transition from the security of a regular salary to the insecurity of freelance project fees.

    Like most challenges though, it looks less intimidating when you break it into chunks.

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