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Keisa’s Journey — Four Clients in the First Two Weeks!

Updated: June 9, 2015

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  1. Thank you, Caitlin and Keisa, for a great post and an encouraging story! I’m so looking forward to finishing the course and getting down to business. Here’s to great success for all of us!

  2. THANK YOU for sharing your story! It is so encouraging. My main WHY is to spend more quality time with my son (our first baby) and my family. This is just more of a boost for me that I can do this! What would be the time it takes on a weekly basis to handle work from one or two clients? I’m trying to get a gauge for that time since now I work a full time 40 hour week.

  3. Thanks for sharing this incredible journey with us. Caitlin and Keisa are truly a great source of inspiration. May all who take this new and exciting journey continue to find success abundantly.

  4. I am wondering if having poofreading skills is enough to generate interest from CRs or if one needs scoping and transcribing skills, too. Does anyone know?

    1. It will depend on the court reporter, but I’ve been doing it for over five years and do not scope or transcribe, just proof 🙂

        1. I second Caitlin’s response. I only proofread, and the reporters I work for are perfectly satisfied with that. They do the scoping themselves, then turn to me for proofreading.

    1. That is editing for court reporters using special software and audio. Knowledge of the steno language is required.

  5. How much does the course cost after the 7 day Intro, please?

    1. Hi, Ibett! You’ll find all the information you’re looking for here. 😀

  6. How do you find clients in search of a proofreader? Are there any companies you recommend?

    1. Hi, Sacha! The full course has a whole module devoted to marketing. Don’t worry! We’ve got you covered. 🙂

  7. I would like to proofread ebooks. If you haven’ t read one lately rhey are absolutely horrible. How do you find a job doing this? I’ ve been called a Facebook grammar nazi as well…. 🙂

  8. Keisa thank you for your personal story and honest feedback. Can you please provide a link to ESL online teaching? I wish you much success and prosperity.

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