This is a question that comes up often in my course groups. And, it’s reasonable and natural to worry about time. Time is money. The less time you spend writing, the more money you make. The more time you spend researching, writing, reviewing and refining, the more your hourly rate drops.
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One of the biggest hurdles for novice and experienced writers alike is getting started in front of a blank page.
by Michelle Guillemard A little while ago I was, admittedly, mindlessly scrolling through my Facebook news feed, when a video caught my eye. “This will make you fall in love with Justin Bieber!” The clickbaity title shouted at me – so, like any good mindless Facebook scroller, I clicked. The video turned out to be a Carpool Karaoke […]
If a client contacted you about writing a website for their cardiology practice, what would your first move be?
Before you start working on any writing project – whether it’s an article, a blog post, an eDetailer or an entire eBook – you’ll need to spend time defining the requirements as well as the scope of work.
Would you say you’re an efficient medical writer? Or are you a writer who is easily distracted?
Have you been given a brief from a health client and felt confused about how to conduct research for the project?
Ah productivity tips! Everyone is fluttering around them like teenage boys around the new pretty girl at school. Major online publications and business magazine are full to brim with them.