Levy finished his column saying, “If you do it right, writing for free can become pretty lucrative.”
Should You Do What You Love For Free? “The Costs” of Pursuing Your Passion
Christopher D. Connors

Most people just aren’t willing to grind it out for four, five, six years at a time before they have the bylines and skill to make money at the gig. I wrote almost every day for three years or so — including at Bleacher Report, where I landed my first paid gig — before breaking through. To me, it’s akin to going to college. Except I didn’t end up with crushing debt.

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