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Episode 58 – Recession Proof Plan When You’re One Person in the Macroeconomic World With Carol Tice

Episode 58 – Recession Proof Plan When You’re One Person in the Macroeconomic World With Carol Tice

You’re one person in the Macroeconomic world, and a recession won’t stop you with Carol Tice

A $200 Essay Content winner to Six-Figure Freelance Writer Carol Tice gives her recession proof tips to protect yourself from the economic uncertainties.

She started as a song writer who won an Essay content to a freelance writer who built her own freelance life in 2005. She grew overtime and now makes 6 figures as a freelance.

She gives tips on how to conquer the technical mountain of blogging and using your insight for your blog as a magazine – in short, provide VALUE and ACTION to your readers.

Also, she talks about how to find out if this is a career for you…or not!

Also, how this is a GREAT time to find health niche clients!

Oh, and we answer the question, “How do I start?”

http://www.MakeaLivingwriting.com is her website. I recently wrote an article for her site : Freelance Marketing Fix: A Nurse’s Cure for Crummy Writing Clients

The Freelance Writer Den is where you can find other freelance writers (The Savvy Scribe Collective is NURSE writers)

What is Recession Proof Freelancer Ebook all about

The Recession Proof Freelancer Ebook is your resource for the upcoming recession. https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B087MM5NKK/ref=dbs_a_def_rwt_bibl_vppi_i0
The big takeaway – Freelance writing has a trillion dollars of work…macroeconomic events may not affect you as a writer. I also talk about my business and how I used Carol’s book to make my own recession proof plan!

We talk a LOT about how the upcoming recession PROBABLY isn’t going to affect the marketing freelance writer – even if you’re just starting out.

Mentioned:
Jon Marrow: https://smartblogger.com/

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