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High-Income Business Writing Podcast
40 minutes | Dec 6, 2022
#308: Marketing Yourself Painlessly
In this latest episode of the podcast, you’ll learn a painless way of (finally!) developing that marketing habit ... and how you can finally put an end to the damaging feast-or-famine cycle. We’re talking practical stuff you can apply starting today.
3 minutes | Nov 29, 2022
#307: Psych Yourself Up to Make Real Changes
How to overcome your resistance to implementing new business strategies.
49 minutes | Nov 15, 2022
#306: Selling Your Writing Business
In this latest episode of the podcast, we discuss the opportunity of growing and selling a writing business or a content website ... what that looks like ... and what it could mean for you.
5 minutes | Nov 1, 2022
#305: Finding your weekly workflow
Why finding the right weekly workflow is essential to your productivity—and happiness.
27 minutes | Oct 18, 2022
#304: The Dangers of Making Safety and Comfort Our End Goals
In today’s podcast, I’m going to be talking about the importance of pushing yourself in your business. Not because of some desire for greater income or some other external reward. But because of the person, it makes you when to push yourself to be better ... to take chances ... to try new ideas and approaches ... and to enjoy every last bit of the process—including falling down and scraping your knees.
4 minutes | Oct 4, 2022
#303: Why You Should Question Your Routines
Why copywriters and content marketers stay stuck in their routines—and what they lose when they don’t question them.
30 minutes | Sep 20, 2022
#302: Eight Shifts You Should Make When You’re Beyond Booked Solid
Eight areas of your business that you should evaluate once you’re consistently booked solid.
6 minutes | Sep 6, 2022
#301: The 3-Question Task Filter
Three sets of questions that can help you consistently get through your to-do list.
48 minutes | Aug 30, 2022
#300: What Copywriters Must Do to Thrive in the Next Few Years, with Kira Hug and Rob Marsh
How copywriters can grow and thrive in this competitive and uncertain market, with Kira Hug and Rob Marsh.
25 minutes | Aug 16, 2022
#299: How to Make Smarter Decisions About Which Clients to Keep or Let Go
Use this criteria to make an objective, strategic decision about which clients to keep and which to let go.
5 minutes | Aug 9, 2022
#298: Two Important Clues of a Good Opportunity
Two clues to help you decide whether an opportunity is worth pursuing—or not.
6 minutes | Jul 26, 2022
#297: Copying What Your Peers Are Doing
The dangers of blindly following what others are doing—using investing as an illustrative example.
49 minutes | Jul 19, 2022
#296: How Dave Snyder Scaled Up to an 8-Figure Content Writing Business
Dave Snyder of CopyPress explains how he succeeded in a market filled with content agencies.
5 minutes | Jul 5, 2022
#295: Beware of These Two Biases in Your Business
Watch out for these two cognitive biases. They can trick us into doing the wrong thing in our business.
45 minutes | Jun 28, 2022
#294: How Freelance Writers Can Empower Each Other to Raise Their Fees
Why we undervalue our client work, and how we can better support each other as we pursue higher fees.
5 minutes | Jun 14, 2022
#293: Your Project’s Gateway Action
43 minutes | Jun 7, 2022
#292: Recurring Revenue — How to Start Earning Steady Paychecks Without Going Back to a Day Job
Five different ways to create recurring revenue—and what you need to do today to make more of it.
6 minutes | May 24, 2022
#291: Why Perfectionism Is Self-Defeating ... and What We Should Focus on Instead
The problems with perfectionism—and what we should aim for instead.
39 minutes | May 17, 2022
#290: How Engineer Adam Kimmel Launched a Part-Time, Six-Figure Writing Business
Adam Kimmel describes how he build his six-figure content writing business on the side while working full-time as an engineer.
53 minutes | May 3, 2022
#289: Elaine Pofeldt on Creating a High-Revenue Microbusiness
In today’s podcast episode, business journalist Elaine Pofeldt to offer her ideas and advice for successfully creating a microbusiness—that is, a business with no more than 20 employees (including yourself) and a handful of independent contractors.
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