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When I sat down to write this introduction, I titled my newly created computer document “The Nudge Forward.” I instantly recognized the accidental appropriateness of the title because that’s exactly what this book is—a guide to help writers of all genres and experience levels nudge their careers forward. As a writing coach, every weekday morning I send a free email called When I sat down to write this introduction, I titled my newly created computer document “The Nudge Forward.” I instantly recognized the accidental appropriateness of the title because that’s exactly what this book is—a guide to help writers of all genres and experience levels nudge their careers forward. As a writing coach, every weekday morning I send a free email called The Morning Nudge to my subscribers. The Morning Nudge email is simply a short writing tip or a few words of encouragement to writers. I’ve been publishing these daily Nudges since 2006, and many of my subscribers have been suggesting that I turn them into a book, so that’s what I’ve done here. This book contains 101 of those short tips for successful freelance writing. But there is no particular order to these tips. I suggest you choose one tip daily. Flip through the book each morning to find a tip that addresses any particular challenge you may be facing with your writing or your writing career. Read the tip slowly to absorb the information, then jot down a few thoughts. Use your Success Journal (turn to the appendix to find out how to start a Success Journal) for more in-depth reflection of any tip you find particularly helpful or meaningful. Any time you start to feel discouraged about your writing career or you can’t seem to get motivated to get any writing done, open this book and read a few of these 101 tips for inspiration. You’ll notice that some of these tips are very similar or might even seem to say the same thing. That is by design. As a coach, I find that writers need to hear or read something several times before they actually believe it and start to take action.


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When I sat down to write this introduction, I titled my newly created computer document “The Nudge Forward.” I instantly recognized the accidental appropriateness of the title because that’s exactly what this book is—a guide to help writers of all genres and experience levels nudge their careers forward. As a writing coach, every weekday morning I send a free email called When I sat down to write this introduction, I titled my newly created computer document “The Nudge Forward.” I instantly recognized the accidental appropriateness of the title because that’s exactly what this book is—a guide to help writers of all genres and experience levels nudge their careers forward. As a writing coach, every weekday morning I send a free email called The Morning Nudge to my subscribers. The Morning Nudge email is simply a short writing tip or a few words of encouragement to writers. I’ve been publishing these daily Nudges since 2006, and many of my subscribers have been suggesting that I turn them into a book, so that’s what I’ve done here. This book contains 101 of those short tips for successful freelance writing. But there is no particular order to these tips. I suggest you choose one tip daily. Flip through the book each morning to find a tip that addresses any particular challenge you may be facing with your writing or your writing career. Read the tip slowly to absorb the information, then jot down a few thoughts. Use your Success Journal (turn to the appendix to find out how to start a Success Journal) for more in-depth reflection of any tip you find particularly helpful or meaningful. Any time you start to feel discouraged about your writing career or you can’t seem to get motivated to get any writing done, open this book and read a few of these 101 tips for inspiration. You’ll notice that some of these tips are very similar or might even seem to say the same thing. That is by design. As a coach, I find that writers need to hear or read something several times before they actually believe it and start to take action.

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