One BIG Mistake Unsuccessful Freelance Writers Make + Steve Jobs’ Quote

One BIG Mistake Unsuccessful Writers Make

Hey Fabulous Folks!

Happy New Year 🙂

I really hope that 2016 Becomes Your BEST Year Yet!

My goal is to make 2016 Legendary personally and professionally.

And just so you know, my other BIG goal for 2016 is to help aspiring freelance writers like you make money online. My team and I are really looking forward to helping you make money as a freelance writer in 2016.

In fact, just a few months back, a writer came up to me and wanted me to mentor her. She was seeing no success in her freelance writing career. She told me that despite having jumped the “online writing fray” for over 3 months, she saw no results. No clients.

Wanna know why? Well, I talk about it and her culprit in this video.

I told her that I wanted to share her story so that other writers could avoid making the mistake she made. And this one video could mean a new start, a new perspective for so many potentially promising freelance writers like you.

Even if you’re a seasoned writer, do watch the video to see if you unintentionally slipped into making the same mistake as this lady.

  • In this video, I spill the beans on the reasons most freelance writers remain unsuccessful.
  • Within the first minute, I reveal the shocking statistics about freelance writers.
  • In the video, I also talk about that ONE thing that differentiates the successful writers from those who give up.

Equipped with the info in this video, I hope you set yourself up for a successful, rocking, lucrative 2016! That’s my wish for you in 2016.

Go ahead, Chase Your Online Writing Dreams and Script Your Success as a Winning Web Writer in 2016!

I love this quote from Steve Jobs. He said this during his Stanford talk when he knew he was dying. “Your time is limited, so don’t waste it living someone else’s life. Don’t let the noise of others’ opinions drown out your own inner voice. And most important, have the courage to follow your heart and intuition. They somehow already know what you truly want to become. Everything else is secondary.”

Read that quote again. It’s extremely important. After you’ve read the quote and watched the video, I’d love to hear from you — especially if Steve Jobs’ quote resonates with you, if you feel that your heart and intuition are calling you to start writing. And especially if you’ve been postponing your Writer’s Dreams to tomorrow. Especially if you’ve been making the mistakes like the ones I talk about in this video. Listen, I’ve been there. And I know how it feels to be delaying your dreams.

Leave a comment here to let me know. Or if you’re not comfortable sharing it publicly, feel free to email me. But allow that writer in you to follow your heart and intuition.

Your LIFE MATTERS! Make it BIG. Give your BEST Shot at it. Without Regrets!

Cheering for Your Super Success,

Sandhya

P.S. If writing is what your heart and intuition point towards, then don’t wait any further. Follow Steve Jobs’ advice.

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  1. Arjita says

    Thanks a ton… To answer your question, I plan to make writing my priority by making sure I write for at least 15 minutes per day. I promise…

  2. Neha says

    Agree with you and Steve Jobs.
    Thaaank you for the reminder 😀
    I like lots of things about this post.

    I also ‘delay my dreams’ a lot. Not anymore.
    I will follow my heart and intuition. Thanks again!!!!

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