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standard September 15, 2008 6 responses

You know when you have to do something, but for some reason you can’t bring yourself to do it? It’s scary, it makes your stomach churn, and all of a sudden you’d rather spend a whole day folding laundry rather than just sitting down and doing it?

Yeah, me neither. Heh.

Oh, who am I kidding? You know that if I’d rather fold laundry than take care of the dreaded task then it had to be pretty bad.

Since July (when I left the corporate world to don freelancing duds) I’ve been doing lots of non paying work, some paying work, and spending time figuring out how to work this self employed gig. Since we actually like money and the non paying work far outweighs the paying work, I realized that I might have to stop wishing myself into a lucrative career and, oh, I don’t know, actually do something about getting one. (You know, it’s like the lottery, you can’t win if you don’t play.)

So I spent most of August and the first half of September procrastinating by building up my social network and finessing my self promotional email. (I’m selling myself as a writer, a poorly written email would have been baaad.) And then I started having cold sweats about sending it out.

Because sending out an email proclaiming to the world that I am a writer looking for work, meant that I am a Writer. Gulp. And if I’m a Writer, and I’m telling people I’m good, well then I’d better be good. (Um, hi! If you’re here to see if I’m any good, I am! Honest! Pinkie swear! You won’t regret hiring me! Promise!)

I sent out my email to all of my LinkedIn contacts this morning. And a few of my million Yahoo! Groups. And I sent the link to my professional website to all my Twitter followers. And then I took a deep breath and tried to get my hands to stop shaking.

I am ridiculously proud of myself for biting the bullet and doing what was scaring me so much. Want to know what’s even more elating than finally doing something that terrifies you? Getting encouraging email responses from people who might have work for me.

Hi. My name is Jessica and I’m a Writer.

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