What is the one thing that freelancers and fathers have in common? They have limited time.
As a father of two young and active children, I can never find enough time to be with them. When I am with them, I am thinking about work. And when I am at work, I sometimes wish I can be with them.
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Ever wonder what’s the work flow like for someone who writes every day?
Here’s my three-step framework for creating engaging content.
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We all have the same God-given gift. Every single one of us.
Some of us use it wisely; some of us don’t.
Others don’t even realize they have it.
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When I think about the path that we, as a family, are about to embark, I am fearful. It is something we have never done before. There are more unknowns than knowns.
And stepping into the unknown is always fearful.
But this time, when I stared down at my fears, I managed to find the courage to not be intimidated by it.
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What are problems?
Problems are situations that keep you from achieving your desired outcomes.
- It could be you wanting to achieve financial freedom, but don’t know how.
- It could be you wanting to start an online business, but don’t know where to start.
- It could be you wanting to meet your monthly sales target, but the proposal was not accepted.
- It could be you wanting not to raise your voice at your kids, but find yourself not able to control yourself.
You could see these situations as problems.
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There are times when I’d be staring at the blinking cursor and nothing comes out.
Lucky for me I have Ann Handley’s book, Everybody Writes: Your Go-To Guide to Creating Ridiculously Good Content, as a guide.
Here’s continuing from Part 1 of this article.
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Let’s face it. Writing is hard work.
And it gets even harder if you’re like me, haven’t had enough practice, have a day job, have two young children, and other responsibilities.
So, I jump at any checklist or guide that would help me hone my writing skills.
Here’s 12 steps I adapted from reading Ann Handley’s book, Everybody Writes: Your Go-To Guide to Creating Ridiculously Good Content.
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How can you achieve breakthrough results?
Before I answer that, let’s define what are breakthrough results.
Breakthrough results are the kind of results that were once deemed to be impossible. But now not only it is possible, it is also achievable.
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I recently asked a client what’s her work flow like?
She stared at me for a moment.
I knew at once she has not mapped out her work flow. After a few questions, we were able to identify the steps required for her to get things done.
As a systems and process consultant, I’ve always advocated mapping out processes. Because without one, it will be difficult, if not impossible, to make enhancements.
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If you listen attentively to what people say when they talk about their desires, you’ll invariably discover some aspects of their lives that they’d want to change.
And yet, very few would attempt the change.
Some attribute time, or the lack of it, as their primary reason for not taking action. Others would suggest the lack of capital, capabilities, or even connections as impediments to their success.
The reason we failed is not due to the lack of resources.
The real reason, however, is fear, or our ability in handling fear.
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