This post was written as a follow up to a previous guest blog post, featuring our copywriter intern Jayme Severance and his struggle to find full-time employment, having overcome tremendous odds in the wake of a traumatic brain injury (TBI).
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Recently, my inbox dinged with an employment inquiry from a copywriter named Jayme Severance. Local to my town, Jayme had been struggling to find consistent work. Unlike those of us who have experienced similar frustration, I’m confident none of us have had to overcome a fraction of what Jayme, a traumatic brain injury survivor, has in order to get in the game — nevermind, compete. Check out the following Q&A with Jayme… evidence of the talent behind his same-day hire.
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As a copywriter who works remotely, just about any time is a good time to travel. Regardless of the season, I’m pretty much game to get moving whenever the opportunity presents itself. Maybe it’s an internal rhythm that took root during a childhood and adolescence punctuated by routine relocations. Regardless of how it started, I now value travel for the creative charge it never fails to deliver. According to science, this charge champions cognition and creativity; in other words, travel keeps us sharp. Good thing for a copywriter to bear in mind when the constant push to create fresh content feels challenging…
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In honor of National Pizza Day, Waypoint Writing collaborator and copywriter, Jenna London, regales us with a mishap from her previous life as a waitress in a small mountain town in Missoula, Montana.
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