It’s Time You Wrote Your Own Job Description

Do you only apply for a job if you closely match the job description? Has it ever occurred to you that we are always looking for potential employers to supply us with job descriptions about how they see the job we are going to be doing – if we’re lucky – for years to come? … Continue reading It’s Time You Wrote Your Own Job Description

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Freelance Writers: Skip Past Scripted.com

Rejected by Scripted.com? Not to worry, their rates are low and good writers can get better work on their own, anyways. Scripted.com (I will not include a link here as to not help with their SERP score) is a self-proclaimed ''best community for writers and editors,'' except no one has ever heard of them and … Continue reading Freelance Writers: Skip Past Scripted.com

Lessons from David Mamet’s Dramatic Writing Class

All in all, this class will still help you learn the basic of drama writing and it’s undoubtedly entertaining but don’t expect it to significantly up your game if you’re already a decent writer.

10 Reasons Why Freelancers are Better for Your Business

Today there are still preferences within more traditional and conservative companies to hire and retail full-time employees -- the perceived advantages of doing so are based rather on myths and misconceptions than actual facts. Let's look at some of the ways in which freelancers are better for your business than permanent employees and dispel some of these outdated beliefs. 

How I Put the ‘’Free’’ in Freelancer

Homeworking once a week - naah, how about every day? One ''home office'' day per week just wasn’t going to cut it for me. I know what you’re thinking – some people would kill just for the possibility to WFH (work from home) on a Friday. But I am a free-thinking millennial who lives in … Continue reading How I Put the ‘’Free’’ in Freelancer