Hanging in Starbucks Thinking I Should Write a Blog

Are you the type of person that can do their writing in Starbucks or some other equally noisy location? Can you pretty much ignore everything and lose yourself in whatever it is you're writing? Yep, I'm that person. Maybe it comes from having had kids and pulling off extraordinary feats of concentration at the same time the tykes were shouting, running and creating overall mayhem. Or maybe it's because writing is my way of escaping from the cacophony surrounding me, a blessed escape to be sure. Regardless of the reason, I can write anywhere and it comes in handy. I know many (most?) people like to do their writing in a quiet environment in which they can think and concentrate. It's not just

Delegate or Die

Delegate, verb: To commit (powers, functions, etc.) to another The truth is delegating is difficult. Many solopreneurs and owners of small business have a strong bootstrap mentality. We’ve become used to simply doing it ourselves and the “it” can be most everything. Taking care of correspondence and scheduling? Check. Creating Power Point presentations and marketing materials? Check. Maintaining social media? Check. And on it goes. We do it all. (Remember Sesame Street and “I Can Do It Myself”!) Well, some of it what we do is either not a core competency (aka we suck at doing it) or we simply drop the ball on something else that is much more related to our core business and revenue generatio

It’s Not a Book

Most of the time when I tell people that I write content for a living they look at me like I was some sort of miraculous creature possessed with unimaginable skills. They ask me when I find the time to write knowing that I have another business, how I get my ideas and how I find the focus and concentration to do the writing. They’re incredulous when I respond quite simply “there’s always time to write a blog or newsletter” shaking their heads as if I proclaimed that my day consists of 28 hours while they have to make do with 24. Folks, the fact is, it’s not a book. Of course, there are ghostwriters galore that are in fact writing a book, but that’s not what we are talking about here. We’re t

Follow

  • linkedin
  • youtube
  • facebook
  • twitter

Contact

1.516.445.1135

 (cell)

Address

Wordswork Copywriting

43 Park Avenue

Port Washington, NY 11050

©2016 by Wordswork Copywriting. Proudly created with Wix.com. Designed by Carol Liege, Https://WixMastery.com