• Blogging,  Freelancing,  Write Your Book,  Writing Tips

    Struggling to write? Here are 10 practical tips to get you started

      Are you struggling to write? You have all these thoughts in your head that are begging to be let out but nothing happens. This is not writer’s block (when you don’t know what to write) – you just cannot get started. Well, you are not alone. This happens to many aspiring and experienced writers alike. Whether you are a blogger, freelancer or author, this happens from time to time. So how do you get out of it? Everybody is different but there are certain things that seem to work better for most people than others. Here are 10 of those practical tips you can use to get your writing…

  • Blogging,  Blogging Tips,  Freelancing,  Income Generation Ideas

    Why You Need To Start Blogging In Retirement

    Just because you are now retired does not mean that you have nothing to offer the world. Actually the exact opposite is true. There is so much knowledge, experience, skills and talents sitting in this generation worldwide, it’s scary. If this does not somehow get documented in some form or shape, the world will be far worse off as a result. Blogging is one of the ways in which you can not only document what you know but it can also earn you a very good extra income.

  • Website Design,  Website Tips,  Weekly Roundup,  Write Your Book

    DSG Weekly Article Roundup 3rd May 2019

      Ever wondered why some authors just seem to achieve more success than others? There is one secret ingredient in their business toolkit that makes them more successful.     In this week’s roundup of articles we reveal what that secret is and how you can use it to your advantage. Drum Roll please … “Successful authors all have an author Website” Yes, an author website. The key however, is that this website needs to be focused around your fans and books — it’s not about you. These articles provide you with excellent tips and strategies that you can apply to your author website for greater success.

  • Income Generation Ideas,  Write Your Book

    No time to write your Book? Here are 3 easy ways

    Most people use the excuse “I don’t have the time” to not write a book.   Have you ever used this excuse to not get started?     Everybody understands that writing a book takes time. Not as much time as most think, but time nonetheless. This should however, not prevent you from getting your story told and shared with the world. I have worked with several high net-worth individuals, with extreme time-constraints and they found a way to get it done. It’s actually easier than you think. Here are 3 easy ways to get your book written, ready for publishing.

  • Blogging,  Blogging Tips,  Freelancing,  Mindset

    4 Unusual Reasons To Start A Blog

    Haven’t we all heard the many very valid reasons why you need to start a blog and why it makes a lot of sense. Things like, it can make you money, build your authority, allow you to become an influencer in your niche and build a legacy for future generations, being just a few. What I would like to share with you today is some of the more unusual reasons. Reasons focused around you as a person and why it’s to your benefit. These reasons are not about your market, making money or what others want. This is about how it will help you to grow as a person. It’s…

  • Weekly Roundup,  Write Your Book

    DSG Weekly Article Roundup 12th April 2019

      Too many times authors write without thinking about who they are writing for and why they are writing what they do. They write to get those stories out of their heads and onto paper for others to consume and enjoy. In doing so, many lose sight of trying to build a connection with their readers; to ensure that the story or message resonates with their readers, audience or market. In this week’s roundup we focus on articles that are focused on connecting with your readers and the impact that those words can have on the world. How to hook your reader when writing a novel Robin Murphy shares some…

  • Income Generation Ideas,  Podcasting

    How To Start A Podcast With Little Or No Money

    More and more one sees content about podcasting appearing in the news. News about the industry, the up and coming podcasters making waves and changing lives and other industry experts sharing why audio is going to be the next big thing. This medium is growing by leaps and bounds and the opportunities abound for those that take action now. For many of the older generation one can liken podcasting to the old radio shows that had one glued to listening. Today podcasting presents the same opportunity as radio did. However the spectrum is much broader and the guy down the road can start a podcast from his bedroom, if he…

  • Weekly Roundup

    DSG Weekly Article Roundup 15th March 2019

    Creating content takes time and effort as we all know. It stands to reason that the content we create should resonate with our audience, not only now but into the future. Creating valuable, relevant, timeless (evergreen) content becomes crucial to your content creation efforts. This week’s roundup brings you valuable “content” that will improve your content creation skills and help you create better content.

  • Weekly Roundup

    DSG Weekly Article Roundup – 8th March 2019

      More and more people are realizing that they have a message to share that could potentially change lives . They need to get  the thoughts or information in their heads out and shared. Whether you do this in the form of a blog, write a book, do freelance writing or create written content for others – your writing skills need to be on pointe. With this in mind, this week’s roundup focuses on improving your writing skills with tips and ideas on how to do exactly that.

  • Freelancing,  Income Generation Ideas

    5 Top Reasons Why Freelancing Makes Sense Now And In The Future

    Before we actually go into why freelancing makes sense for just about everybody nowadays, let’s just cover what exactly freelancing is. Here is the definition of “freelance” from Business Dictionary.com Working on a contract basis for a variety of companies, as opposed to working as an employee for a single company. Freelancers are often considered to be self-employed, and have the freedom to pick and choose their projects and companies they would like to be associated with. A common profession for freelancing is writing; a writer then has the ability to submit their work to many different places, without being tied to any one company in particular. From the above…