As a writer, what is your greatest aspiration, your dream achievement?
To launch my training program successfully, as well as any peripheral programs that will fit into the core company. Then to be able to successfully train someone (or a few someones) to administer the training, so all I really have to do is come up with new ideas and outsource the marketing. Then I can devote my time to homeschooling my kids and taking the whole family all over the world. Yep, got to dream big .
...and yes, I started as a freelance writer, but I'm in the process of transitioning from that. For clarification, see my three-part hub series on advancing your writing career beyond Hubpages .
As a writer, my aim is to inspire others and help them find their voice. My dream achievement is to published my own novel one day. I keep on writing and writing, but I always ended up writing at chapter I.
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