When I was a (freelance) copywriter I was working with my creativity every day. Coming up with new ideas and put them into words was business as usual. But still, I had the idea that I was not capable of delivering. Strange enough the creative flow always turned up. My problem was: lack of self-worth and trust.
Maybe it was the pressure of having to deliver new ideas all the time. Or the fact that others decided if my work was good enough. But the biggest threat was my own perfectionism. I started undervaluing my work. As a result clients start noticing that: I didn’t get paid what I’m worth. In the end I was so frustrated that I got burned-out. I was forced to stop doing what I did.Read more