E225: The brilliant cycle of “Create Mode” with Aaron Wrixon
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Since the mid-90s, WRIXON founder Aaron Wrixon has been paid for writing well over 7 million words.
Aaron has written for more than 120 different industries across the English-speaking world, with a focus on writing for agencies and their clients.
He lives in Canada, surrounded by women—his wife, his two daughters, two dogs, and a bearded dragon.
He recently became a Wall Street Journal bestseller.
- How Aaron became a WSJ bestseller.
- How saying “yes” to a low-budget project may lead to a big opportunity.
- The third option: you don’t need to be a freelancer or a larger agency owner.
- On finding creativity in a niche that isn’t especially known to be creative.
- How finding boundaries on time to create can help get you into flow.
- Has creating music benefited Aaron’s writing work?
- Best advice: Lots of stuff from Liminal Coach Mike Parker
- Habit that contributes to success: Getting up and grinding
- Recommended tool: Thought Leaders
- Recommended book: American Ground by William Langewiesche
- Run time: 32:56
- 60 Days To LinkedIn Mastery by Josh Steimle, Aaron Wrixon, Virginie Cantin, Andy Foote, Kyle Weckerly, Ben Wise, and Lorri Randle
- Get Rich In The Deep End by Brent Weaver and Aaron Wrixon
- Matt Church’s Thought Leaders and his book, Thought Leaders
- Aaron Wrixon on Spotify
- Previous episode E147 with Aaron
- Previous episode E37 with Aaron
- “The power of saying yes and keeping your options open.”
- “Normally I would have said, ‘No, sorry I can’t.’”
- “I want to grow a practice, not a business.”
- “Where will I find jobs that will elevate my ability to earn for the same amount of work?”
- “That level of skill is missing.”
- “It’s never been a question of how to turn (creativity) on.”
- “If you become my client, you’ll enjoy the same benefits.”
- “All of this benefits from charging a rate that makes this possible.”
- Find the difference between time to create and time for other work. What’s your time of day for creativity?
- There’s more than just freelancing and owning a big agency. Where do you want to be?
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