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No, I Will Not

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The No list, a minimum of the majority of it. See the rest here

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One day, fed up with yet another e-mail asking me to solitarily do the work of a whole marketing department for something like $2/hour, I worked out a list.

I entitled it: “No, I Will Not.”

And I put it on my site.

I composed the list rapidly, however I had actually thought of the products frequently and deeply.

See, when you’re starting as a freelance author, you’re open. Or a minimum of I was. Perhaps too open.

I have actually composed on whatever under the sun.

In my early writing days, I had few “task” filters. I was simply delighted that composing was a real task, and it might be my task. (I still am overjoyed and amazed by this reality.)

If a chance came, I stated yes, unless it was dishonest or prohibited.

And a few of those even got a sticking around reservation.

I used to every composing gig that appeared from another location possible to obtain. I would compose on any subject, in any format, for any medium. And for practically any rate.

I’m grateful I did.

I found out a great deal of important lessons. I developed my self-confidence and my knowledge. I handled tasks that frightened me and did them well. And, over years, I discovered exactly what I wished to do more of and desired I never ever, ever wished to do once again.

However, up until the day I got that e-mail, I had not advertised my choices. I definitely had not made a conclusive declaration about them. I was still in a state of mind of deficiency, understanding at security, hanging out roughly 2 inches from desperation.

I didn’t think in my own capability, I think.

I definitely didn’t think in my own success.

When a customer referred me with a radiant suggestion, I believed it was “sweet” of them. I didn’t believe I deserved it.

When I got actions from the much better gigs and larger publications, I believed I was fortunate, like my name had actually been extracted of a hat. The concept that I ‘d made a position in the leading swimming pool of candidates didn’t strike me.

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