The story is a long one, so I’ll break it down into the “Cliff Notes” version and try to include as much detail as possible. That way, you’re not reading a long, and boring book here. I’m the one with a sleep disorder here—the last thing I want to do is bore anyone with details. However, I feel it’s important to include some background regarding how I arrived at my diagnosis.
Years ago, after reading the first edition of Diana Burrell and Linda Formichelli’s, The Renegade Writer, I would challenge myself to send out between five and ten queries per day. That’s right—per day.
Source: The Great Rate Debate – Working Freelance Writer – Medium
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magine a client contacting you after being referred by a mutual colleague. Initially, the arrangement is exciting, and communications are occurring every one or two days. The work is steady, instructions are clear, and the pay is decent. You feel like everything is moving along well because the feedback is positive.
Source: On Putting All Your Eggs Into One Basket – Working Freelance Writer – Medium