If you don’t figure this out, your dream will never be fulfilled and you will remain in mediocrity.
1: Where would you even find nonprofit clients?
2: Not sure if freelance grant writers can make a living. (They work with nonprofits, come on…)
Believe me, I’ve been there.
A lot of people will suffer because you aren’t there to help. And I don’t mean helping by handing out food at Thanksgiving. Sure, there is a time and place for that, but you know you can do so much more.
Deep down you really know that there is something much more that you can do.
And let’s be real, you just aren’t the standing in line kind of person. You do better behind the scenes where you can work at your own pace or need to work at your own pace (i.e. baby on your hip or maybe you’ve recently had a hip replacement!).
Your vision is big.
If you could just tap into that talent and passion you have for writing, then, WOW! Just maybe your help could employ jobs for people, get domestic violence shelters funded, build schools, fund research projects that find a cure for a life-threatening disease and basically help make the world a better place.
And you CAN get paid while working at home writing grants.
Without you taking the next step, all of these programs, dreams, and needs will not be fulfilled…that school, hospital, or community center will not be built. The ability to work on your laptop while sipping tea at home just isn’t going to happen.