BinderCon Success Stories #2

Could you use a little writing inspiration today? Installment #2 of our BinderCon Writer Success Stories includes experiences from Nana Brew-Hammond & Lisa Roepe:

nanaWhat continues to inspire me most about BinderCon is that it exists. It’s real, it’s here, and it came together so quickly! …The fact the founders capitalized on the momentum and went for it continues to motivate me as I work to manifest some of my creative ideas. Big ideas don’t have to die because there are time and resource limitations; they can come together especially when you have a supportive community and lots of likeminded help.” – Nana Brew-Hammond


roepe“Fast Company is a publication I read all the time but I never would have the guts to pitch them without the opportunity to speed pitch their editor at BinderCon. I am so thrilled to have pitched this article and then had this published on their site today. What a way for me to end my first year as a full-time freelancer! (Read Lisa’s article: Are Gen X Women Being Squeezed Out of the Workplace?) This would not have been possible without the support of BinderCon. In fact, just about every one of my freelancing gigs can be traced back to the support I get from other Binders so thank you!” – Lisa Roepe


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