As a freelance writer, I know that keeping up a consistent writing output is a key factor in my career. The nature of freelancing makes it very tempting to slack off some days, though I may feel extremely motivated during others. Over the years, I’ve come up with a tried-and-tested schedule that I stick to pretty much every week. This schedule has not only helped me stay motivated more consistently but has also had the welcomed effect of helping me write 25,000 words each month… and sometimes more. And, whether you’re a freelancer like me or a full-time copywriter for… This story continues at The Next Web
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