I can’t tell you how many times well-meaning folks have started a discussion with me by saying “I’m not a feminist, BUT…” followed by describing their very feminist beliefs and thinly veiled reasons for not identifying as feminist. You might be thinking, “Well, what’s the harm in not identifying as a feminist when you do believe in gender equality?”
This is a story for every woman, man, and child who have survived sexual assault. This is for everyone who was brave enough to come forward, report their traumatic experience to the authorities, and then… got no justice whatsoever. This is for everyone who wished they had reported but didn’t, and this is for everyone who felt like they couldn’t report at all. Far too many reports of sexual misconduct go unpunished. But I’m so relieved to share that one of my many sexual assault stories is ending not in open wounds, traumatic suffering, and loose ends, but instead, it’s ending with justice — albeit delayed for far too many years.
Businesses don’t as often consider why they might need to hire a writer as, say, a book author considers hiring a ghostwriter. But the same reasons why you’d get a professional writer to write a book are the reasons why you’d hire a professional writer to write for your business. You’re trying to create something of value that people want to pay you for.
Repurposing your content not only maximizes its value, but it gives you more content with less effort.
Wouldn’t you love to see your content or social media calendar filled without having to go through the painstaking process of constantly coming up with a new idea, forcing yourself to create content around that idea, and moving on to the next new idea?
I had a chance to talk to Elaine Rau who runs LadyBossBlogger, a blog about the who and why behind female entrepreneur brands. She shares tips on business, how she’s grown a successful business blog, and why your content marketing might not be working.