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I’ve had a lot of fun so far talking to editors and guest experts and creating solo shows for the Edit Boost Podcast. Receiving so many wonderful messages from people who’ve been inspired to do more marketing and get more clients has been really rewarding. But I’ve decided I need a bit of a
Featured editor: Jen Tolnay, Jen Tolnay Editorial and Writing Services Jen has plenty of corporate editing experience and wants to move toward her ideal work in fiction book editing. She’s almost finished a course and has gained a bit of experience from pro bono projects. So what’s stopping her from pitching to clients who could
I’m not really one for celebrating the numbers in business but this one seems significant. I’ve now recorded 50 podcast episodes, being a mix of solo shows, coaching calls and expert interviews. I receive lots of positive feedback about the value of the podcast, and I’m so glad to be delivering value through this medium.
Featured editor: Kerry Murphy, Kerry Murphy Editor When you’ve come from a high-pressure work environment where multi-tasking was the norm, it’s not unusual to carry through those work habits to your freelancing efforts. There’s so much to be done when running your own business, and it all seems important. The pressure you feel to need
Featured editor: Glenda Cohen, GCC Editing Glenda is wondering when will be the right time to take the leap from her teaching job into full-time freelance editing. While no-one can tell someone when’s the best time to transition to freelancing, there are certainly some practical steps you can take to set yourself up for success.
Today’s episode involves me musing about my business. I hope that it will show you the power of self-reflection in uncovering why we don’t do the things we say we want to do. The lightbulb moment for me was that, even though I have a list of editors who want to appear on the Edit