Not at all. When you’re a Barefoot Writer, you’ll find clients are more interested in the quality of your writing skills than your background. Your work history and credentials matter less than your ability to communicate well and clearly through words.
In other words, you can charge high fees as a writer even if you don’t have years of schooling under your belt. Once you master the fundamentals of persuasive writing, you can raise your fees to levels that could earn you six-figures or more. (Those fundamentals aren’t hard to learn, by the way. In fact, we cover them each month in our digital magazine, Barefoot Writer.)
It all comes down to deciding what you want to write about, and how often. The beauty of being a Barefoot Writer is that you decide how much you work, how much you earn, and how much you relax and enjoy life. It’s the best kind of freedom.
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