5 Signs You’re a Social Entrepreneur 

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You might be a social entrepreneur if you align your small business goals with supporting and advocating for big social change. Let’s see if you make the cut.

Talking About Yourself… to Yourself? Cater Content for Your Ideal Clients.

Hello? Dead cellphone in rocks and sand.

You’re an awesome entrepreneur! It’s easy to write pages of website content and long blog posts about yourself. Instead of looking in the mirror, take a good look at your ideal clients. How are you showing them, in a short read, how you solve their problems? Take it from this content creator with award-winning sales […]

Practice Makes Progress – Quit Aiming For Perfection

Laura Paisley Beck's red Dr Marten boots on a cobblestone street in Portugal with a calcada star.

Perfection – that glimmering mirage out on the horizon. We think we will reach some kind of elated status when we get there, yet it’s forever out of reach. For this reason, to preach perfection, in my humble opinion as a content creator for awesome change-makers, is cruel. What a way to crush our human […]

4 Main Responsibilities as a Super Writer for Superheroes

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Supporting other businesses that do social good, being a sidekick or a member of a superhero league, is a great place to make big positive change. Successful meaningful change happens with representation, collaboration, determination, and accountability.

Falling On My Face

Laura Paisley Beck of Wa’am Writes, LLC, shows off her bloody scraped nose and Pride Goodr sunglasses on her way to writing for more clients.

I literally fell on my face yesterday, walking the dog. Time slowed as I realized my feet flew up in the air behind me instead of landing firmly on the sidewalk. My right hand still firmly gripped the dog leash as my dog, Janis, lunged one more time towards the rabbit and somehow, with both […]

Pomodoro, Portuguese Rolls, and Purpose for Productivity

Golden brown papas secos Portuguese rolls cool on a rack.

Are you working from home and dealing with daily distractions? Me too. After my mom died, I spent two weeks in Portugal and six weeks in art therapy. Living alone in an apartment overseas helped me mourn and process trauma that coated my brain like putrid silt kicked up from the bottom of a stinky […]

Who Would You Rather Hire: ChatGPT, C-3PO, or Data? What’s the Difference?

C-3PO in space.

Star Wars and Star Trek nerds- this blog is for you. Are you still curious about Artificial Intelligence (AI)? Is anyone truly afraid AI will destroy all writer careers? As a busy writer, I myself am quite comfortable with AI writing tools like ChatGPT entering the scene. But if I had my fantasy, which AI […]

5 Reasons to Blog Every Day for 1 Month

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Why is it so cringe worthy to market ourselves? As the copy and content writer of Wa’am Writes, LLC, I write multiple blogs a day for various clients. Before writing this blog, I had exactly one blog post on my own website. Today this changes. Here are my 5 reasons to blog every day for […]