Self-Development Mind Map

person standing at the top of a mountain. Photo by Free-Images on Pixabay. Personal Development Mind Ma on MultiTalented Writers

Think outside the box to find paying outlets about self-development The self-development industry is huge, and if you think outside the box even a little bit, there are a tonne of places that will pay you for writing about how people can make themselves better. The very first mind map I created for freelance writing was a self-development mind map.

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Yoga Mind Map

Yoga mind map by Mariana Abeid-Mcdougall on MultiTalented Writers

I’ve created so many mind maps, I sometimes worry about whether I’ll continue having ideas to make more. And just when I think the well is running dry, a conversation pops up and gives me inspiration for the next mind map. Here’s how this week’s mind map came about. I have a few Facebook editor friends. We found each other

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Famous Multi-Genre Author: H. G. Wells

Photograph of author H. G. Wells circa 1915-1920. Photo from Library of Congress archives.

The Time Machine, War of the Worlds. If you’re a fan of classic literature, you’ll recognize the title of two of H. G. Wells most cherished novels. But while many describe Wells as a science fiction writer, our human obsession with putting people into neat boxes ignores a robust body of work in various genres. Wells didn’t just write science

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Goal Setting Mind Map

Goal Setting mind map. This mind map shows words related to goal setting, to offer ideas for blog posts in the goal setting topic. Mind Map by Mariana Abeid-McDougall, using MindMup on multitalentedwriters.com

Trying to plan content for your blog? Using mind maps can help you think of blog post ideas. Last week, I shared a mind map for the Organization & Productivity category of this blog. Today, I’d like to share a mind map for the Goal Setting category. If you want to write about goal setting, there are many related topics

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Successful Multi-Genre Author: Nora Roberts

Book and dried roses. Photo by Elaine Howlin on Unsplash

If you’ve been around this blog for a while, you know I call BS on the “you’ll only be successful if you stick to a niche” advice. Somewhere, some time, some influential people decided that for a business to be successful, you had to have a small niche. This might work for brick and mortar businesses, but in the digital

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Successful Multi-Niche Writers: Neil Gaiman

Writing “gurus” would have you believe you’ll never be successful unless you pick one genre or niche and stick to it. If you’ve read anything on this site, you know how I feel about that advice. But there’s a catch. If you’re a writer of books and want to be traditionally published, there is some truth to picking a genre. Notice

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Travel Mind Map

man looking at a map

If you want to be a travel writer and make an income from your words, the first thing to realize is that travel writing doesn’t have to mean flying places to report back to a publication. But you can still travel here, there, and everywhere and write about travel. Just not necessarily destination pieces.

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Successful Multi-Niche Writers: Stephen King

book in a dark room

Love him or hate him, Stephen King has an incredible track record for both publishing books and selling them. King has written over 80 books in his lifetime, which together have sold over 350 million copies. He writes frequently, and he writes in more than one niche. The “king” of the horror genre, even this famous author doesn’t stick to

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Mind Map Monday: Outdoors

Person with short hair hiking in the mountains

If you’re an outdoors lover and a writer, you can put your two passions together and earn an income while you go on your adventures. By using mind maps to think outside the box, you can find several topics related to the outdoors to write about. I’ve shared the outdoors mind map before,  but today, I’m going to delve into

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Successful Multi-Genre Author: Joanna Penn

Whether you write for fun or for pay, it’s always great to make a connection to others with similar interests. That’s why once in a while, you’ll see a featured writer on multitalentedwriters.com. Show our featured folks some love by checking out their blogs and leaving a comment. Please note that this post may contain affiliate links. To view our full affiliate

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