Some Resources for You (#10)

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I’m too lazy too busy editing to put a lot of time into blogging these days.

But you are still on my mind… and that is why I have compiled this list of resources for you. 🙂

I am doing this from time to time. I’ve already published:

Some Resources for You (#1)

– Some Resources for You (#2)

– Some Resources for You (#3)

Some Resources for You (#4)

Some Resources for You (#5)

Some Resources for You (#6)

Some Resources for You (#7)

Some Resources for You (#8)

Some Resources for You (#9)

Resources for Bloggers

How to Write Catchy Headlines and Blog Titles Your Readers Can’t Resist

Resources for Freelancers

Top 25 Free Online Courses for Freelancers

Resources for Authors

All New 2019 Book Publicity & Marketing Toolkit!

Resources for Writers of all Kinds!

17 Sizzling Tips to Becoming a Hot Writer

Resources for Business Owners (Solopreneurs and Entrepreneurs)

How To Create A Sales Page For Your First Online Course Or Product

Additional Resources (for Success)

Focus as an Antidote for Wanting to Do Everything

FREE STUFF

All of these resources are fantastic!

Plus… as my way of thanking you for being a reader of Wording Well, I want to give you some free stuff. Find my freebies on my Resource Kit page!

Plus, there are many more (and I mean MANY MORE)  Resources for Writers, Authors, and Freelancers) here as well!

Enjoy… and let me know what you want MORE of… in the comments!

Some Resources for You (#9)

Wording Well's business card image
I’m too lazy too busy editing to put a lot of time into blogging these days.

But you are still on my mind… and that is why I have compiled this list of resources for you. 🙂

I am doing this from time to time. I’ve already published:

Some Resources for You (#1)

– Some Resources for You (#2)

– Some Resources for You (#3)

Some Resources for You (#4)

Some Resources for You (#5)

Some Resources for You (#6)

Some Resources for You (#7)

Some Resources for You (#8)

Resources for Bloggers

How To Write Click-Worthy Email Subject Lines (Tips, Tools, And Templates)

Resources for Freelancers

Freelance Writing Jobs: 300+ Websites That Pay

Resources for Authors

How Authors Can Sell More Books

Resources for Writers of all Kinds!

13 Common, Clunky Sentence Structures That Weaken Your Writing

Resources for Business Owners (Solopreneurs and Entrepreneurs)

How To Ditch Your 9-5 Grind And Join The Ranks Of Solopreneurs

Additional Resources (for Success)

10 Tools To Make Every Day More Productive

FREE STUFF

All of these resources are fantastic!

Plus… as my way of thanking you for being a reader of Wording Well, I want to give you some free stuff. Find my freebies on my Resource Kit page!

Plus, there are many more (and I mean MANY MORE)  Resources for Writers, Authors, and Freelancers) here as well!

Enjoy… and let me know what you want MORE of… in the comments!

Some Resources for You (#8)

Wording Well's business card image
I’m too lazy too busy editing to put a lot of time into blogging these days.

But you are still on my mind… and that is why I have compiled this list of resources for you. 🙂

I am doing this from time to time. I’ve already published:

Some Resources for You (#1)

– Some Resources for You (#2)

– Some Resources for You (#3)

Some Resources for You (#4)

Some Resources for You (#5)

Some Resources for You (#6)

Some Resources for You (#7)

Resources for Bloggers

A Quick Guide To Crafting Guest Post Pitches That Convert

Resources for Freelancers

How To Save Money As A Freelancer

Resources for Authors

28 Resources, Tools, and Tips for Self-Publishing Your Next Book

Resources for Writers of all Kinds!

4 Ways to Create (And Maintain) a Writing Habit

Resources for Business Owners (Solopreneurs and Entrepreneurs)

3 Ways To Find Talented Freelance Bloggers For Your Business

Additional Resources (for Success)

Instant Flow: How to Train Yourself to Think Creatively

FREE STUFF

All of these resources are fantastic!

Plus… as my way of thanking you for being a reader of Wording Well, I want to give you some free stuff. Find my freebies on my Resource Kit page!

Plus, there are many more (and I mean MANY MORE)  Resources for Writers, Authors, and Freelancers) here as well!

Enjoy… and let me know what you want MORE of… in the comments!

Some Resources for You (#7)

Wording Well's business card image
I’m too lazy too busy editing to put a lot of time into blogging these days.

But you are still on my mind… and that is why I have compiled this list of resources for you. 🙂

I am doing this from time to time. I’ve already published:

Some Resources for You (#1)

– Some Resources for You (#2)

– Some Resources for You (#3)

Some Resources for You (#4)

Some Resources for You (#5)

Some Resources for You (#6)

For Bloggers

How to Write a Blog Post People Actually Want to Read

For Freelancers

How To Budget Your Cash Flow As A Freelancer

For Authors and Writers

Celebrating Your Accomplishments as a Writer and an Author

For Business Owners (Solopreneurs and Entrepreneurs)

4 Key Challenges All Solopreneurs Face And How To Overcome Them

Additional Resources (for Success)

How To Stay Motivated Even When Things Aren’t Going Your Way

FREE STUFF

All of these resources are fantastic!

Plus… as my way of thanking you for being a reader of Wording Well, I want to give you some free stuff. Find my freebies on my Resource Kit page!

Plus, there are many more (and I mean MANY MORE)  Resources for Writers, Authors, and Freelancers) here as well!

Enjoy, and let me know what you want MORE of… in the comments!

Where to Find the Motivation to Work

Where to Find the Motivation to Work

Do you struggle with finding the motivation to work, even though you are an entrepreneur?

The greatest part about being an entrepreneur or a freelancer is that you’re your own boss. You don’t have someone peering over your shoulder at all times. You don’t have to worry about sleeping in and getting fired. The list goes on and on.

However, this can be a big disadvantage as well.

What do I mean by this? Well, let me explain.

When you’re depressed, anxious, or easily distracted, you can end up being less productive. This can mean less income or more time working on stuff that seems to take forever to do.

Here are some ways you can get the motivation to work.

Play Some Music

When you’re bloggingg or doing something else that requires intense focus, playing some good music can help you keep focused as you work. Many people will have different ways to play music. Some people will stick to binaural beats and white noise that is ambient and drowns out everything around them so they can stay focused. Some like to play classical music or soundtracks. There are some who like songs with singing, though this may be distracting for some people.

Just open up YouTube or Spotify and see what the music gods can give you. You may even discover music that you never thought you’d like.

Eliminate Distractions

If you have children around, try to work when they are away.

If you are always looking at social media, try using filters to block the site or limit your time during working hours.

Check all your emails before you work, or after.

Being able to do these things can help you stay focused. When you have a normal job, it’s easy for you to stay on track because you may be reprimanded if you aren’t. With freelance work, you may find that you have to discipline yourself a bit. Read More