Writing as a business: Measuring results

Every successful organization I’ve been involved with was committed to benchmarking and measurement — and had the kind of leadership that wasn’t afraid to make numbers a key factor in deciding which projects to continue and which projects to revamp or scrap.

Hugo Award-winning science fiction writer David Levine shows how a professional writer can take a fearless look at his or her year-end numbers.

I don’t know if I have the courage to make my numbers public, but, following David’s lead, I’ll be tallying up my 2006 results for fiction, client blogging and websites, and personal blogs.

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