Under-Promise and Over-Deliver: A Real Life Example

under promise over deliver Photo by Jungwoo Hong on Unsplash

If you’re trying to start a career as a freelancer, you may have heard the experession¬†“under-promise and over-deliver.”¬†The concept is simple: state what you’ll do, and then do a little bit more. Depending on how much you want to get repeat business from the client, deliver a lot more.

I have a great example from a contributing writer who sent me an excellent pitch, and then over-delivered on her promises. With Celia Abernethy’s permission, I’m sharing her journey to becoming a contributor on multitalentedwriters.com.

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Starting a Freelance Writing Business? Narrow Your Focus (just in the beginning)

After sharing our guide on how to start freelance writing without picking a niche, this post might seem contradictory. If you’ve read our “who we are” page on this site, this post may seem even more out of place.¬†But the key can be found in these words: “just in the beginning.”

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How I Made Enough From My Writing to Finally Visit My Family

How I made enough money from my writing to finally visit my family; Photo by louis magnotti on Unsplash

How I made enough money from my writing to finally visit my family; Photo by louis magnotti on Unsplash

Before I tell you how I made enough money to finally visit my family, I need to give you a little bit of background on why it was important for me to visit them in the first place. So grab yourself a cup of coffee or tea and sit back, because this is going to be a long story.

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