In the first post of my “fast-tracking your way to success” series, I talked about 3 organisational tools to help you achieve your goals faster. Continue reading
As a freelance writer, I’m always in search of ways to reduce my learning curve. Achieve more in less time. Know what I mean?
The soft showers of twilight dew
Clothe the meadow in resplendent splendor
Beckoned a great grazing feast across the horizon
A moment in time
The exciting journey begins
The excitement of twilight slowly fades
Revealing visible thorns Continue reading
“Zeal is a volcano, the peak of which the grass of indecisiveness does not grow”—Khalil Gibran
Over the last eight months I’ve been trying to share profitable tips for writers (especially freelancers) as part of the information sharing mandate of this blog. And today is the last day of my A-Z successful writer’s alphabet series. We’ve reached the end of this series—the peak, so to speak.Image courtesy of cooldesign / FreeDigitalPhotos.net Continue reading
“Life is a series of collisions with the future; it is not the sum of what we have been, but what we yearn to be” — Jose Ortega y Gasset
YEARN…You Engage Available Resources Now!
Image courtesy of David Castillo Dominici / FreeDigitalPhotos.net
As a writer, what do you desire to be? What do you wish to achieve in your career?
Of course, there’s the cardinal desire to be read, have an audience for your content. But beyond that, we all aspire for so much more—depending on what your success parameters are(fame, fortune, a career, an influencer of public opinion and so on.
Whatever it is. The good news is that it’s POSSIBLE. Continue reading
Many years ago, as a child, my parents often took me to the paediatricians at the general hospital (now teaching hospital) in Port Harcourt. Reason for this was that I was often sick; even though I was a tomboy of sorts. A pack of contradictions you’d say.
Image courtesy of stockimages / FreeDigitalPhotos.net Continue reading
“The secret of becoming a writer is to write, write and keep on writing”―Ken MacLeod
Now, as this series draws closer to an end I can’t neglect to blog about what defines us, can I? That’s why today, I bring to you from my successful writer’s basket, my writer’s alphabet W―Write. Image courtesy of Simon Howden / FreeDigitalPhotos.net
Of course anyone can claim to be a writer. Truth is: not everyone who makes that claim is a writer. Continue reading
Here’s why: because the writing industry feeds the rest of the creative economy with content, hence the commercial opportunities all year round are simply, limitless. So as writer, you have no business with joblessness, because you are the JOB CREATOR. Image courtesy of Stuart Miles / FreeDigitalPhotos.net
Do you constantly engage in all that needless work, stress and anxiety, in order to succeed as a writer?
Image courtesy of Stuart Miles / FreeDigitalPhotos.net
Like I mentioned in my last post on timing, often times we feel that the 24 hours we all have in a day, aren’t enough—we wish we had more. It doesn’t have to be.
Tell you what: all that “I’m too busy for anything else, doesn’t prove success at any rate; and more importantly, it does no one any good”. Continue reading
“I’ve never yet run out of ideas what to write about… only out of time to write it in.”
― Rayne Hall
Of course Rayne’s concern is one that any writer can relate to. Too often in my writer’s life I’ve found myself wishing there were more than 24 hours in a day. And I meet fellow writers (especially freelancers) in similar situation all the time. Continue reading