How to Stay Motivated When You’ve Pitched 100 Times And Have No Clients

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Try a New Pitch

Sometimes turning your luck around on the pitching process involves simply reviewing and revamping your pitch.

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Update Your Writer’s Website

It’s possible that it’s not your pitch that is the issue. Oftentimes, when prospective clients are interested after reading your pitch, they’ll seek more information about you on your writer’s website.

Change Your Mindset

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“You miss 100% of the shots you don’t take.”

When you’re feel scared and demotivated, you need to change your mindset to this: If you don’t pitch, you won’t get any clients.

Remember Why You Want to be a Freelancer

There’s a reason you wanted to get into freelancing in the first place. Maybe it was to make an extra income or to finally be able to quit your day job and work from home.

Don’t Give Up

You can become a successful freelance writer but it doesn’t happen overnight.

Elna Cain is a freelance writer for hire, consultant, & a mom to twins. She mentors new writers on her award-winning freelance writing blog https://elnacain.com

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