While looking for a better way to put my writing skills to work, I found the $60,000 Home-Based Writer opportunity.
While I considered myself a decent writer (I even studied English in college), I realized that I knew next to nothing about how to actually make money as a writer, other than by “getting lucky” and having a book picked up by a big publisher. The guide seemed like a good way to learn some practical steps toward actually earning a living as a writer, which has long been a dream of mine.
I’ll admit that I was a bit skeptical starting out. But I made a point of keeping an open mind, and I’m really glad I did. Reading The $60,000 Home-Based Writer for yourself is a solid way to learn what it’s like to get started along the path.
Pros of the guide
I found it to be quite practical and realistic at its core. There was a clear focus on how to take action and start making money.
I appreciated the guide’s balanced perspective. It’s clear that the material was carefully chosen to show both the positives and negatives in the world of professional writing.
It was comprehensive, covering where to start, how to setup legally, administrative concerns, branding and marketing, and the all important client acquisition.
I’d been worried that I would get lost in a lot of business-related jargon, but the language was clear, concise, and very easy to follow.
The $1,000 “Career Launcher” section towards the end more or less spelled out what steps beginning writers should take to actually make cash. The steps are simple but effective, and you can repeat the process again and again to scale.
The guide helped me realize how to “get out of my own way” and be proactive as a writer. I picked up some good tools for success.
This guide doesn’t offer instant, effortless financial rewards.
You won’t suddenly wake up and find yourself a millionaire. This is a process, and as in any line of work, it takes a little time to get rolling. But this is the best way I’ve found for starting off in the right direction, with the right tools for the job.
If you want to learn what you really need to know for professional writing success, start here. Keep an open mind and learn the skills. Trust your new knowledge and build up momentum, then let that momentum carry you further. Stick with it, and you’ll eventually have enough money to quit your job and begin supporting yourself. After a couple years, you’ll be able to launch something really amazing with your powerful writing skills.