Looking to hire a self-help, self-development, and mental health wellness ghostwriter who can help me develop a brand and generate incredible content. This job is not a one-time job -- it would require you to invest your time and energy into developing a relationship with me and with an audience.
I would like this writer to not regard this as taxing “work”. I would like for it to feel like a good investment of your time and energy, and it just happens to pay. It may not pay a lot up front, but we invest in one another it could become very lucrative. It is my hope that you become very passionate about engaging readers through writing genuine, thought-provoking, articles that are easy to digest, relatable, and serve as reference points for people during challenging times.
Topics would include: demystifying mental health, forgiveness, how we use/why we have defenses, living authentically, releasing yourself from the past, stopping patterns of self-sabotage, cultivating self-compassion, the importance of mindfulness and meditation practice, “soul” work interwoven with metaphysical and universal spiritual practices, etc. The list goes on and on because I am inspired by my work (namely, my clients) on a daily basis and engaged in daily mindfulness exercises that emphasizes the importance of love, living in the moment, honoring your feelings, coming from a place of compassion and forgiveness, and unbinding yourself from the past.
You do not need to be credentialed – you just need to have experience writing succinct, inspiring, empowering, and compelling articles revolving around themes of wellness, empowerment, and mental health. If you do not have experience doing this, then I would hope that you have an interest in developing this skill and developing a relationship with me in order to become more proficient and in touch with this desire. This is generative work that would build upon itself, which, in my experience, is profound and energizing.
I would also expect you to be someone who is a self-starter and who is familiar with SEO, blogging/vlogging, and/or how to generate engaging content for “influencers”.
More about me: I am a young psychologist working in NYC who has an incredible amount of experience working with young adults from diverse backgrounds and from around the world. I also have the honor of supervising the clinical work of masters-level and doctoral candidates in psychology at an APA-accredited pre-doctoral internship program, overseeing the care of hundreds of students at a culturally diverse university.
My next developmental and professional aspiration is to develop web content (website, blogs, YouTube videos, ebooks, etc.) in order to reach a wider audience, to engage potential business, and help my current and former clients as they continue to grow. I would be posting articles on a weekly basis, creating complementary videos, and eventually developing a media platform for all-things wellness.
I have experience in public speaking but I need new material, new inspiration, and someone to support me through generating inspiring content. I have some experience with production and was recently approached by a major TV network about collaborating on a TV show focused on providing therapy to young adults. If that develops, I will need a support person, or a small team of support people, to help me generate content and meet the demands of developing a brand/business.
If we are a good match and “flow”, I would be highly communicative and collaborative. I currently have a full-time job that takes up much of my time and energy. In addition to not having the time to tackle this on my own, I also am dyslexic, so writing and editing is not my strength.
If you are interested in investing your time with someone like me, please reach out. Please be specific about why you are choosing me as opposed to any other job opportunity. If you have any work samples that you think align with me, please send those as well. I will respond if I get a good feeling from you. I am happy to send you a link to my website and speak on the phone with you to see if we are curious to learn more about me and our "goodness of fit."