How I Became a Published Author

Businessman writing on paperIt starts with clients. Of course.

By Ed Mendlowitz
Call Me Before You Do Anything: The Art of Accounting

I reached a stage in my career when I thought it was important to write articles. I wrote quite a few and sent them to editors, only to have them rejected. The nice ones wrote back rejections. The not-so-nice never bothered to respond at all.

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I even had articles typed multiple times to send “originals” to various publications at the same time to no avail. At some point, I gave up but decided to write tax letters to clients.