You’ve got BIG goals as a freelance writer…Big, dreamy goals to make a lot of money and live the freelance life. But what about process goals?
Process goals? Ya, I didn’t really understand the concept either.
A lifetime ago, I was sitting in my newspaper office when the old high school basketball coach walked in.
He was a charismatic guy. Still fit and sharp at 60-plus, and sometimes filled in at practice.
His coaching strategies were legendary…even a little unorthodox.
We chatted for a few minutes, and then he said something that made me uncomfortable:
“You’re not gonna work here forever, are you? What’s your goal? Everybody should have a goal and a plan to get there.”
I didn’t really have an answer. I fumbled around, made something up…and he was on his way.
There’s nothing wrong with BIG freelance writing goals like:
- Match your day-job income with freelance work
- Make $100K a year
- Land your dream clients
But if you don’t readily achieve these goals (win contracts, score new clients, make piles of money), it doesn’t take long to feel like a FAILURE…even if you’re working hard.
So how do you measure freelance success?
Process goals. If you’ve already got a game plan to move up and earn more, tell us about it in the comments.👇👇
If it’s a foreign concept, here’s what you need to know about PROCESS GOALS to win at freelancing…