Colleen Welsch – The Freelance Writer’s Guide to the Galaxy
Join Galaxy to learn how to start, manage, and grow a profitable and long-term freelance writing business!
This course is for you if you can:
– You want to make money from your writing skills to give yourself the time and financial freedom you deserve.
– You’re sick of feeling stuck and uninspired all the time.
– You’re dedicated to your goals and want step-by-step guidance to help you get there.
– You want to know exactly what tools and processes you’ll need to run a successful freelance business.
When you join The Freelance Writer’s Guide to the Galaxy, you will receive the following benefits:
– Lifetime access to nine modules of step-by-step video lessons that will assist you in developing and launching your freelance writing career (PDF transcripts included!)
– Bonus materials (including information on becoming a freelance writer if English is not your first language).
– Resources and templates that can be downloaded
– Unparalleled access to the Galaxy online community
– Exclusive access to office hours, as well as monthly live Q&A Zoom calls where you can ask questions, receive feedback, and receive face-to-face guidance
What exactly is self-help?
Self-help or self-improvement is a self-directed, economic, intellectual, or emotional improvement, often with a significant psychological foundation.
There are numerous self-help group programs, each with its focus, techniques, associated beliefs, supporters, and, in some cases, leaders.
Self-help and Twelve-Step concepts and terms such as recovery, dysfunctional families, and codependency have been firmly embedded in mainstream language.
Self-help frequently uses publicly available information or support groups, both online and in person, where people in similar situations come together.
The connotations of the word have spread since early examples in self-driven legal practice and home-spun advice frequently apply particularly to education, business, and government.
Psychology and psychotherapy are popularly distributed through the self-help book genre.
Friendship, according to the APA Dictionary of Psychology, is one of the potential benefits of self-help groups that professionals may not be able to provide.
Emotional support, experiential knowledge, identity, meaningful roles, and a sense of belonging are all important factors.