Rockers Who Couldn’t Really Race

It’s a dangerous temptation that faces anyone who achieves success in one specific field: believing their own hype and trying to expand that golden touch to a completely different sphere. For some rock stars that means trying their hand at acting (hello, Mick Jagger), while for others it’s time to… read more »

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Developing Your Freelance Writing Radar – Potential Problem Projects Part II

In my last post, I talked about a few of the red flags that stand out from freelance writing project descriptions. In my opinion, writers who do their best to vet potential clients even before the negotiation or bidding process can save themselves a lot of hassle later on. read more »

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Freelance Writers Should Not Be Scared Of Job Bidding Sites

It seems that several of the writing blogs that I visit recently have featured articles about job bidding sites, specifically the heavy hitters Elance and Guru. The tone of the articles goes one of two ways. read more »

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Too Burned Out To Pursue Your Freelancing Dream?

A close friend of mine is a race engineer for Dale Coyne Racing, an IndyCar team. This past weekend their driver, Justin Wilson, won at Watkins Glen in New York. For team owner Dale Coyne it was extra special – because it was the first, and only time he had ever won in 25 years of competition. read more »

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