Founders and executives shouldn’t write. It’s not that you can’t, it’s that your skill set is best utilized elsewhere. But you already know that. That’s why you hired a sharp team to help you crank out killer content to your social media, blogs, and website. Trusting a team of creatives
When you are self-employed, you have a lot of freedom with how to get your work done. I love starting my day reading; it’s an excellent way to wake up my brain (while not talking to anyone). But other than that, I have no particular routine for completing my work.
“Why the heck would anyone hire a ghostwriter?” 🙋♀️ I know! Writing is one of those things that everybody thinks they can do. Until they are busy. Then guess what happens? It gets shoved further and further down the to-do list until one day it magically drops off never to
I didn’t set out to be a copywriter or a ghostwriter. I actually had set my sights on public policy analysis for the federal government. Housing and Urban Development, specifically. However, when 45 took office, he froze federal hiring, and that effectively shut me out of a special qualification period
Creatives, artists, freelancers – stop what you are doing right now and hear me say this: Whether it is the written word, graphic design, editing, photography, video, etc., you are providing art. You are providing a skill. You are providing a craft – likely one that has taken years to
I have been stuck in a serious rut with my writing lately. I love my daily activity of starting my day reading, but other than that I have no particular routine for completing my work. So I decided to research the routines of famous writers in an effort to shake