I don’t have the revenue numbers for everyone involved, but I can tell you that many of you made incredible progress toward your own freelance goals and I’m very proud of you. Thank you to everyone who followed along with the challenge. It was an honor to go through it with you guys. Samoa Email List And I hope you can see it’s more than possible for you to go from $0 to making a decent living freelance writing. I’m nobody special and I did it. And with a little hard work and a lot of determination, I know you can do it to. As always, you can hit me up in the comments with any questions you have.
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Or head on over to Rob’s blog where you can sign up for my email list and chat with me over there. Peace out! I booked an additional $5,500 in projects this week. That brings my total earnings from The Challenge to $9,000 and we still have a week to go. Samoa Email List Despite the big earnings number this week, I did run into some significant challenges, which I’ll tell you how I managed below. I also want to add a little twist to the challenge this week to see if I can help 5 of you land a client as you follow along with the challenge at home. As much as I tried to prep for the travel, it added an “x-variable” to this challenge that made freelancing REALLY HARD.
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Carving out time to work in the same, predictable way that I did when I was at home was almost impossible. Don’t get me wrong, Charleston’s a beautiful city with amazing food. But almost every evening after work was filled with dinner and drinks with my co-workers NOT freelancing. The only time I could reliably work on The Challenge was in the hour or so I had before heading Samoa Email List in to the office. And most of that time was dedicated to working on the projects I’d landed during the first couple weeks… Needless to say, I was nervous to get the business I’d sent proposals to last week. So getting them was a huge relief. But please understand it wasn’t luck.