What you need to know before embarking on a freelancing career. Ed Gandia, will share his formula for success in freelance writing at The Red Clay Writers Conference
Ed Gandia, co-author of The Wealthy Freelancer: 12 Secrets to a Great Income and an Enviable Lifestyle (Penguin/Alpha), will be sharing his formula for success in the freelance writing industry at The Red Clay Writers Conference.
In this difficult economy people are beginning to understand, some perhaps for the first time, the need for self-reliance and self-marketing. Advances in technology have already paved the way for telecommuting, but what about the individual who wants to take that extra step towards financial independence and become self-employed? This presentation offers a number of practical strategies to take you from employee (or unemployed!) to self-employed.
Pragmatic as well as optimistic, Ed Gandia understands that the solo path is not for everyone. He tempers his encouragement with caution and gives a list of critical factors to consider when determining which path is right for you.This is a session no writer interested in the lucrative and fulfilling business of freelance writing should miss!
The Red Clay Writing Conference
Saturday, November 6, 2010
Don't Ever Give Up. The 2010 Red Clay Writing Conference will share that powerful message with attendees, and based on success stories from previous events, this event is certainly the place for both the professional and creative writers to find support, learn great tips for writing, and network with other writers from around the state. "For me, Red Clay has become my "can't miss" annual writers' conference. It's not just how much I learn - and I always learn a lot; it's the opportunity to meet and network with the seminar leaders and fellow authors.
If you want to sharpen your craft and keep up with the rapidly evolving writing industry, don't miss it! (J. Steve Miller, President, Legacy Educational Resources, Author of Enjoy Your Money! How to Make It, Save It, Invest It and Give It.)
You can sign up for the Red Clay Writers Conference and take part in all the writing conferences available on Saturday, November 6, 2010 in the Carmichael Student Center on the campus of Kennesaw State University. For more information visit: www.georgiawriters.org.
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