LetsTeamApp

Log in

Related blogs

Best tools to help you with collaborative writing

Best tools to help you with collaborative writing

Collaborative writing is the most convenient way...
Should You Consider Collaboration As A Freelance Writer?

Should You Consider Collaboration As A Freelance Writer?

Writing is one practice that’s seldom pictured in...
Sheila’s Experience With Collaborative Writing

Sheila’s Experience With Collaborative Writing

Shelia was a content writer based out of New...
  • Promotion
  • atul
  • Beating The Odds: How Daniel Became A Successful Freelance Writer

Beating The Odds: How Daniel Became A Successful Freelance Writer

  • Public
By atul 603 days ago

0/5 stars (0 votes)

Beating The Odds: How Daniel Became A Successful Freelance Writer

When Daniel failed his fourth English exam in high school, he would never have guessed that he’d be making a living by writing one day. So what was his story? How did someone go from failing English to building a career out of writing?

In the beginning
Daniel wasn’t an uncreative person. He certainly had a lot of creativity, and this played a key role in his career. While in college, he interned at an advertising firm. While there, he discovered that he had a talent for creating good concepts for stories. In fact, his team lead was shocked that he didn’t write. It was at this point that Daniel decided that he needed to learn to write to put his skills to good use.
Shortly after the internship, Daniel read extensively on how to improve writing skills. He even took a creative writing course later in college. At first, his writing was terrible, but he didn’t stop. With practice, he got better at it. When he was confident enough, he decided to write for money. Soon, Daniel gradually earned a steady income. Getting clients became easier after the first few times, and by the time he left college, he had a steady stream of referrals.

What happened next?
After freelancing for a year, Daniel started a firm that specialized in content creation. Today, he continues to write content while also managing his firm and teaching writing courses to students.

Comments