When you stop calling yourself a beginner, you will take your career more seriously. You’ll grow faster and gain confidence in your abilities.
Embracing virtual conferences: 5 lessons from AMWA 2020
You can find opportunities to network and learn, even when the conference is virtual.
How to stay focused and organise your research
Avoid the lure of rabbit holes.
How to nail your next writing test in a job interview
Health writing job interviews often include writing tests. Is that okay – and, if so, how can you conquer the test?
How to build your health writer network on social media
Don’t be afraid to send messages to writers you admire. They might respond and teach you something memorable.
How to find your first freelance health writing job
Wondering how to find your first freelance writing job? Hear from 10 experts in the field, and get inspiration for your freelance journey.
Want to transition to freelance life? Ask yourself these questions first
If you’re contemplating a move from working as an employed health writer to working for yourself, it’s important to realise the magnitude of this decision. Working as a freelance health writer has the potential to change your hours, job purpose and even personal life.
How to get freelance work without writing experience
How do you get experience if everyone wants someone with experience?
Boost your writing confidence with these science-backed tips
Confidence is a common concern for writers. So, is it possible to build self-assurance and courage, and which methods really work?
Develop a writer mindset and thrive in your career
While confidence and perseverance are important, there are a few other mindset attributes that – I believe – will help you tremendously in your writing life.
Overcoming writing anxiety – tips for beginner writers
Even the most experienced writers will feel trepidation when starting new projects or work – here’s how to control those nervous thoughts.
How to conduct expert interviews with confidence
Here are some coaching principles to help you conduct expert interviews with ease and have some fun in the process, as well.
Transitioning from physician to medical writer
Transitioning to a new career also takes courage, persistence and a willingness to see the world in a very different way. It’s a personal development process I call coaching your inner writer.