This week I bring you 5 freelance writing jobs that may further inspire your writing career. As you will see, many job offers request blog links to your published works, should this be a problem for you, please feel free to contact me and find out how to guest blog at The Write Styles. Continue reading 5 Freelance Writing Jobs→
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Must have two to four years experience at a creative or media agency, or as a content writer/strategist, or copywriter, preferably with WordPress knowledge. Proficiency in Photoshop, Illustrator and InDesign would also be nice to have. Read More:
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5 Steps and Many Tools to Reach Your Writing Goals.
Do you have that goal or task that you would love to tackle, tomorrow, next month, next year, or even some day, but essentially you have other projects piled sky-high that are preventing you from reaching your ultimate dream project? Well here are some steps and tools to help you.
#1 Freeing time
U.S. President Dwight D Eisenhower gave a speech at the Second Assembly of the World Council of Churches in 1954, which later came to be known as the “Eisenhower Principle. To understand this principle it is essential that you first take a deep look at what is really urgent and important, and prioritize your schedule accordingly.
Important leads to achievement of a set goal, whether it be personal or professional.
Urgent require immediate action and benefit someone else’s goal.
Going over poetry study notes in class just before my final high school exam, I found myself learning in parrot fashion, the answers to probable questions. Poetry in Motion by Lorraine Candy.
Poetry in Motion by Lorraine Candy
It suddenly occurred to me that the text-book answers were just a guideline, a small group of people’s interpretation of what must be.
I re-read the poem again, this time reading it from my perspective and found a different interpretation. With my new-found clarity, I challenged my English Teacher and told him I disagreed with the text-book and that there is no right or wrong interpretation of the poem. He argued with me of course but I remained adamant that everyone who reads a poem will interpret it differently.
I wasn’t overly surprised when I received my exam results and found that I had failed because I did not adhere to “the rules”. Twenty six years later my opinion hasn’t changed at all and I still remember well, my teacher’s parting words, “Never stop arguing – one day you might be right”.Continue reading Poetry in Motion by Lorraine Candy→