The Writer’s Roadmap: 12 Steps to Make a Living Writing

You don’t have to starve as a writer. Click here to watch a free video about the steps you can take to make a living writing.

It never fails. Every week, I overhear a conversation at a coffee shop or get an email that essentially says the same thing:

“Writers don’t make any money.”

The Writer's Roadmap: 12 Steps to Make a Living Writing

I’ve heard teachers and relatives and even authors themselves say this. But is it true? It doesn’t have to be.

Yes, we have all heard the tales of starving artists. But here’s the other side of that story:

You don’t have to starve.

Not today. Not with the countless opportunities that exist to share your message with the world.

MYTH: Writers don’t make any money.

Jeff Goins

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You can make a living writing

Every year, I see writers do this. I see them bridge the gap between barely surviving and making a great living. I’ve personally taught hundreds of them each year in my Tribe Writers course and applauded as they’ve seen their dreams come true.

Here’s the deal. I’m tired of this whole “starving writer” thing. It needs to go away. So, recently I documented the process that all professional writers follow to turn pro.

And today, I want to share it with you.

  • If you haven’t gotten a chance to download my new free guide yet, get it right here: 12 Steps to Make a Living Writing.
  • Click here to watch a tutorial as I walk you through the writer’s roadmap and explain the 12 steps in detail.

The myth of the starving artist has dominated our culture for long enough. It’s time to equip writers and creatives with the tools to make a living from their craft.

Are you feeling stuck? These resources will help you. Get started by downloading the guide and Watching the free video.

Where do you feel stuck in your writing? What do you hope to accomplish with your writing? Share in the comments.

6 thoughts on “The Writer’s Roadmap: 12 Steps to Make a Living Writing

  1. An excellent, thoughtful piece brimming with practical how-tos, straight talk, and encouragement. Like having your own Personal Cheering Section. ☺

  2. I’ve wanted to put myself out there with something for a while, and following this guide I went from no idea to publishing my first blog post in an hour:
    Thanks Jeff!

  3. Best episode yet; thank you! Quick question, do you have any resources that provide more specific details regarding how to go about pursuing guest blogging opportunities?

  4. I appreciate your huge contribution you make for people to believe they can live a great life as the writers. Thank you a lot, man!

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