Life is a cycle of growth and exploration. During our lifetimes, we have an unending opportunity to shape our own reality, yet some people neglect this opportunity as they submit to the […]
Steven "Shcteve" White is a freelance marketing content writer (For Hire), blogger, and freedom enthusiast. He strives to produce flawless content that emphasizes the promotion of personal growth and development.
Having gotten plenty of entrepreneurial experience at an early age, Steven White has refocused his talents into writing content targeted at inspiring other people who are hustling to reinvent themselves.
It’s been a while. I can’t explain why I’ve been so negligent of The Hustle How-to. Maybe it is because I’ve been busy with work. Perhaps I’ve just gotten lazy. Honestly, I […]
Earlier today one of my former coworkers came to me, asking for assistance in the process of writing scripts for short films and comedic skits. Though I have practiced writing in these […]
How-to Sacrifice Familiarity For Valuable New Experiences—Updates Since Relocating To Thailand As A Digital Nomad
I’ve hinted (and outright announced) my plans for travel a handful of times over the past few months, but it was on March 12th, 2017 that I finally made the huge leap […]
At some point, the bottom eyelid of my left eye developed a minor twitch, or blepharospasm, that is becoming increasingly more irritating. High-stress environments are a consistent feature in the lives of a majority of starting entrepreneurs. Unfortunately, that stress tends to follow them throughout their career as well. It is a sad truth, when chasing success in business, stress is nearly inescapable. But still, freelancers do have options when it comes to defusing the thoughts and emotions that exacerbate tension and anxiety.
Having real talent as a writer is generally more important than being an expert on a specific topic. Though finding work is more streamlined when you work within a few select niches, being a generalist offers flexibility and the excitement of writing a variety of content.
Scheduling your day eliminates the need for you to make time-wasting choices and skirt your obligations. These are some of the most notable guidelines I’ve implemented in scheduling my day-to-day affairs.
Networking doesn’t come easily to everyone, and most people don’t like spending their entire evening pitching prospects and rapid-fire tweeting the companies they’d like to work for.
After finishing this entire blog post, you will finally be able to retire that cardboard slab with “will write for food” scribbled across it.
The process of finding clients for your freelance business can be arduous and time consuming. Without proper guidance, it can be very difficult to figure out the best ways to find paying clients. When I first started out as a freelance writer, cold emails were a frequent part of my marketing process.
Waiting can be a pain, especially when you have dozens of open pitches out there. Waiting is even worse when you find that after 2 weeks, a publication has decided not to accept your pitch and now you must rewrite the entire thing and submit it elsewhere. Queries expedite this process for both the writer and the editor.