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Yesterday was a bit of a wash. I got a little work done, but only a little. It was raining and cold, and I was feeling very unmotivated. So I spent the time attending my online courses, catching up on my correspondence, and doing some marketing.
Also, I did some planning. I'm about to implement some changes here that I hope will enhance your experience and bring you more targeted insights and discussions. I'm about to get "themed."
Each month I'll focus on a particular topic -- this month will be Contracts, Rates, and Payments. The goal is to provide you with an annual schematic on how to build a business and conduct business in an efficient, professional way.
As a result, I'll also be stepping up the e-newsletter deliveries. Until now, I've been a sporadic emailer. If you got one from me in September, there's a good chance it was from someone else -- I didn't send one in September. While I don't believe in sending messages constantly, I do think it's much more helpful to you if my messages are regular and targeted to what it is you may want to read. So expect two emails from me per month, with perhaps two more to announce webinars and specials.
Also, I'll be looking for more guest posts to help get fresh perspectives on the things we talk about most. If you're interested in being a guest, please send me an email at lwbean AT gmail DOT com. I'll send you the blog topics and we'll discuss from there.
Probably the biggest change is the frequency of posts. Because it's too easy to talk a subject to death, I would much rather post less often and give you solid content than post every day. I'm aiming for two posts per week, but will most likely settle on three.
We as writers evolve in our careers. If we don't, we fade away too quickly. The same goes for this blog. In order to deliver more than promised, I'm making changes that I hope you'll like. As always, your feedback and suggestions are encouraged and welcomed.
Writers, how do you/did you evolve in your career? Are/were those changes successful?