Make 2020 your most successful year as a writer by taking the time to understand what you want to get out of it. Preparation is key and what better time to start than right now, today on January 1st? Turn over a new leaf and enjoy the best year of your life!
Accepting that you have writer burnout can be difficult. It’s not so much identifying our feelings, it’s more about actually facing the fact that we have writer burnout itself. After all, we’re writers at our core.
You’re in the business because you love writing, but the reality is that that love of writing can only go so far. The days get long, the words get harder to type out, and you just simply get tired. Writer’s burnout is a real thing, and it can creep up on you faster and easier than you might think. Here are some warning signs that you need to take a step back from the keyboard.
You do have to be constantly ready to hop on a new deadline, and it can lead to the dreaded writer’s burn out. So, what do you do to take care of yourself as a writer? You, well, take care of yourself, obviously.
Sure, business writers should, ideally, know how to write professionally. It’s probably recommended for long-term success. However, the most common errors in business writing that I’ve seen don’t have to do with the actual writing itself. In fact, they are more about how you approach your writing and selling it to clients.
Just like traditional creative writers, business writers have tricks up their sleeves. Whether you’re just starting as a business content writer or you’re an experienced content writer, here are 3 of the top tips to making the most out of your business writing.
Why should someone give up their dream of being an astronaut to become a business writer? Answer: they shouldn’t.