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Mystery Solved: The Number One Killer of Your Productivity Revealed

By Garik Himebaugh It’s Monday morning and you’re rushing to get ready and make it to work on time. At the office you are greeted by stacks of paperwork, 200 emails, and you have 5 meetings today. You sit down and make a list of everything you can think of to do, including what you […]

A Scientifically Proven Way to Massively Boost Your Productivity

It can be surprising how most of our days go to waste. You login to your computer early in the morning, hoping to get some serious work done, only to realize 5 hours later that you haven’t really done anything; you’ve only been checking Facebook, Twitter, and your email every other minute and you can’t […]

How to Do Location-Independent Freelance Writing – The All You Need to Know Guide

Well, since it’s the middle of the summer (depends on where you’re at currently, though), I thought I’d share a thing or two about how I manage to freelance regardless of the location I’m at, and how you can do the same.

Time Management for Freelance Writers…You Thought It’s Going to Be Easy?

Here at WritersinCharge you can find a vast array of advice on different aspects of being a freelance writer; turning your passion into a career; and earning a living (how to find clients, how to bill them, and so on). This post, however, is not about making a living, it’s about staying alive, more or less. I […]

10 Real Ways to Beat the Beast that is Writer’s Block

This is a guest post by Gregory Ciotti of Sparring Mind. Writers of all types will deal with writer’s block, this we know to be inevitable. Where things change is exactly how you’ll deal with them. Will you let writer’s block eat up your productivity, and come back for seconds to devour more free time? […]

Onibalusi

Welcome! I'm Bamidele Onibalusi, a young writer and blogger. I believe writers are unique and highly talented individuals that should be given the respect they deserve. This blog offers practical advice to help you become truly in charge of your writing career.

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