What if you got laid off, lost all your freelance clients, or decided to drop every one of your low-payers? You’d want to get freelance work…fast.
In an economy full of uncertainty thanks to the impact of COVID-19, lots of writers know what it’s like to get the “pink slip” from an employer or long-time client.
- Do you roll around on the floor, kicking and screaming?
- Maybe you even think about swearing off writing forever.
- Or do you give a nod to the experience, be grateful for what you’ve learned, and start chasing freelance work?
If you want to make a living writing, there’s plenty of freelance work out there for everybody.
But you’re not going to find clients, land great freelance projects or make money if you waste a lot of time hosting a pity party.
Life happens. Careers change. Freelance work and clients come and go.
If you’re a writer feeling the pinch of a layoff, end of a great client relationship, or some other situation you didn’t see coming, it’s up to you to rise up and keep going.
That’s exactly what one old writer did when he got laid off.
But instead of giving up, he made these 5 smart moves to turn things around and start landing freelance work.
Check this out…