What does freelancing have to do with farming, you ask? Well, Glenn is here to tell you. And let me say, I haven't ever considered freelancing from a farmer's perspective before. But it has definitely given me more insight into the business of writing (and farming!). Maybe you can relate to this week's question:
Q: Why does it seem like all my work in writing never seems to pay off? I have electronic folders filled with either half completed projects or ones that were rejected by editors. If freelancing is supposed to be a business why aren't I seeing any business?
If you've ever asked yourself these questions, click here to read the entire article:
FREELANCE LESSONS FROM A FARMER
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