This episode is for those of you who have ever wondered:” is it possible to make a living as a writer?” The summarized version is basically this…well it really depends.
Are you willing to channel your inner Mad Men, and be the creative department, and the client accounts department all rolled into one? And if you’ve never watched Mad Men, I’ll put it into terms you can understand.
Are you willing to be your own marketing department, and do the work, while keeping track of your expenses, and handling duties typically reserved for HR professionals in “regular” workplaces?
Not sure if that’s something you can handle? I dedicated an entire episode to talking to a fellow writer, I met in a Facebook group for independent freelancers, Leesa Klich, about how she made the switch from professional nutritionist to professional writer. Listen in to get a better sense of what being a professional writer is “really” like. Since that’s what I do as well, the episode is a compilation of both our opinions.
An important hint: it’s not all pyjamas, and glorious muses. But in some cases, that’s an occasional, additional benefit.
What this episode covers:
Leesa Klich is a Health writer, blogging expert, research nerd. She helps health & wellness professionals attract more email subscribers & clients using their blogs. She moves them from feeling stumped & overwhelmed to confidently & consistently showing off their expertise. And she makes credible research-based blogging both strategic & easy, which saves them a ton of time, so they can focus on what lights them up in their business & life.
Where you can find her online:
Leesa’s website: https://leesaklich.com/
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Find her on LinkedIn: https://ca.linkedin.com/in/leesa-klich-msc-r-h-n-6ab0a621
Give her Facebook page a “like”: https://www.facebook.com/ScienceForHolisticHealth/
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