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Survival Tips for the Current Crisis (Webinar Recording, Free to EFA Members)


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“Survival Tips for the Current Crisis” is a webinar led by veteran editorial freelancer Ruth Thaler-Carter. This ninety-minute webinar includes a Q&A session. The webinar covers how to get the most out of your EFA membership right now, such as using the Job List to bring in new projects; communicating with clients and establishing good business practices during challenging times; working at home effectively (if you usually don’t), including setting boundaries with family; responsible marketing actions you can take; resources for sustaining your business; and more.

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Presenter Ruth E. Thaler-Carter, editor of the EFA’s national newsletter, provides editing and proofreading to magazines, newsletters and websites; law, marketing and PR firms; individuals; and nonprofits, associations, and businesses large and small. She has presented this class for the EFA, ACES: The Society for Editing, Society for Technical Communication, Cat Writers Association, Writers and Books, and other professional organizations. She owns the An American Editor blog founded by Rich Adin and is the creator and host of Communication Central’s annual “Be a Better Freelancer”® conference, co-hosted now with the National Association of Independent Writers and Editors (NAIWE).

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