How’s April treating your business, friends? Last week, I did my monthly DIY writing retreat and this time, I took myself to a super rural Airbnb THAT DIDN’T HAVE WIFI. It was amazing and that’s what I’m going to do from now on!
If you’re a writer-turned-internet-person, a reminder: It’s okay to write what people want to read.
Writing with readers in mind does not make you (or me or any writer) a sellout. It makes you a professional.
When you find ‘success’ in self-employment it can be easy to wonder if you’re a one-trick pony. I so appreciated Sara’s post about this.
An insaaaanely helpful spreadsheet to help find a design job in New York – but you could use it as inspiration for finding ANY job in ANY industry!
True Story: my parents frequently describe my job as “an internet business.” Here’s how to survive when no one ‘gets’ what you do.
Not enough people say this! There is no magic formula that guarantees results.
Another thing we don’t say enough: You’re going to be judged.
What feels “inspiring” to one person might feel like “vanity” to another. What feels “comforting” to one person might feel “inappropriate” to another. And on and on and on and on it goes.
I can’t control how people react to my work. All I can do is ask myself, “What is the message I want to share in this moment?” and “How can I share that message as clearly as possible?”
That’s all I can do. That’s all anybody can do.
I love this! 5 ways your business can make the world a better place.
If you’ve read/written/found anything that’s really helped your business lately, leave links in the comments!