Did you know that there are more full-time writers than dentists?
Whenever I share this with people for the first time, it often surprises them.
“I thought it wasn’t realistic to pursue becoming a full-time writer!”
But according to the US Census Bureau and Bureau of Labor Statistics, over 171,000 people write professionally as a career, compared to only 146,000 dentists.
You might be scratching your head:
“If that’s the case, why do so many people doubt that a writing career is possible? And how are all these writers making money?”
If you want to learn the answers to those questions, you won’t want to miss a free webinar I’m hosting in two weeks on November 21st at 6 PM EST/3 PM PST.
During my presentation, we’ll explore why writing really is a viable career using simple logic as well as additional numbers from the U.S. Census Bureau.
We’ll observe the double-standard that exists around writing as a career and reveal how much money writers actually make compared to other professions.
Then, we’ll look at five different approaches you can take to pursue a writing career and examine the pros and cons of each one.
(And also examine six common reasons people fail to make a living as a writer and how you can avoid them from the beginning!)
If you’ve ever dreamed of being a writer, but either weren’t sure if it was possible – or have friends or family members who doubt your dreams – this training is for you.
And I’d love for you to invite your parents to this training as well so they can attend and discuss it with you afterward.
I can’t wait to help you discover how successful writers make a living doing what they love.