I know what you’re thinking.
Another plan? Enough of those already!
A business plan, a marketing plan, and now an action plan.
Not only do they take a ton of time but they’re often based on a bunch of assumptions you pulled out of thin air.
Any plan you make is doomed to fail from the start.
You should know because that plan you made in your first year of freelancing? It’s busy collecting dust.
Most business plans are abstract, inflexible, and quite honestly – pretentious.
They might be a good idea for bigger businesses that know what they’re doing. But for the average freelancer like you, they just don’t work. Heck, most of us start freelancing to “see where this goes” before getting serious about it.
The good news is, you aren’t an anomaly – you’re the norm. So if you’ve been blaming a document for your lack of success, I’m here to tell you that’s not why you haven’t succeeded yet.
The bad news is, you’re what’s keeping you from succeeding.
You might not need a business plan but if you hope to make a success of your freelance writing business, you do need a plan. An action plan, to be exact.