Just finished listening to a freelancing Podcast that talks about becoming successful as a freelancer.
One of the factors highlighted and recommended is to find a successful person in your niche and model yourself after that person.
Quick Question; For technical writers, which successful technical writer have you found to model yourself after?
Love to hear your thoughts! Give me a shout out in the comments below.
A technical writer does technical writing.
Technical writers, (also known as Technical Communicators), are in high demand for their:
Creativity and an
Uncanny ability to break down high-level complex ideas and processes into simple language that anyone can understand.
Technical writing is😊:
- Highly complex ideas written in a way that anyone can read and understand
- Clear, concise, easy-to-follow and effective information, tailored for a specific audience
- Flexible and convenient access to documentation
- High-quality, accurate content that is easy to understand and use
Sharing this as it resonates with me!
I seldom lose things, and the rare times that I do, I tend to find them easily by simply retracing my steps.
But this time, that wasn’t the case. I recently came back from a holiday visit, and upon my arrival my beloved bus pass has gone missing. I searched the same place three times as if it was going to miraculously reappear. I returned to my suit bag where I was 110% certain I left it: nothing. Every time I retraced my steps, it led me back to the same location; nothing still. Feeling a bit dismayed, I searched other places, and still nothing.
After the third time of searching, I decided to give it a rest. Moreover, I wasn’t going anywhere that required a bus pass. The next day, I searched again with less intensity, little-to-no worry, and more passively. After searching once, I accepted my fate that…
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