I’m an editor. This means I delete, modify and replace words and thoughts for a living, in efforts to create a polished product intended to drive specific results.
Depending on the platform, these objectives will differ. From a journalistic perspective, the ultimate goal is to share the truth.
But as a storyteller and content marketer, the intentions are slightly skewed…
I received one of the greatest compliments a copywriter can get this past month: an author hired me to write the About page on her website.
Yes, even writers have a hard time writing their bio. It’s hard for us to talk about ourselves. Sometimes, we all need a little external perspective to help us see our lives, our businesses, our accomplishments, in a new light.
Fortunately, this is where Web of Words comes in.
They say when someone copies you, that you should take it as a sign of success. Like you’ve been building your career only to let it be judged by the emulation of others.
It doesn’t make the fact any easier to accept.
As an artist, as an entrepreneur, your ideas, your words, your creations are what make you who you are. You feel this burning desire to share them with the world, because you’re told that is the only way to make them real. But who stops them from being stolen?
I’m standing as I type this.
My feet are flat on the floor, my back straight, my forearms resting gently upon the edge of my desk.
I’m taking a common stance in my new business routine (pun intended), which allows me to put personal care and productivity first.
Health is important to me (as I’m sure it is to you). Why should I have to sacrifice it for a career I love?