Millions of people desire to write their book, start their blog, or write for a magazine. Most people don’t know what to write, or simply make excuses for not getting the job done.
In today’s episode, we’re talking about the excuses writers make to not put pen to paper and let the words flow. We’re going to answer these common frustrations and help you get on the road to writing the book or starting a blog of your dreams.
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Blogging is a blast. Yet I believe it can be the most effective means to communicate with your audience and create meaningful community.
You desire to help each person connect on a deep level with you and your message. Blogging is an effective way for each person to hear your heart and know that you care. It also gives you an avenue to invest into each person and make each one feel special.
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In the age of the technological Revolution, everybody has a smartphone, tablet, or computer. They consume our lives but do they also fry our writing creativity?
In today’s episode, I talk about the art of handwriting, why it’s important, what steps you need to take, and why it will help you concentrate and write better.
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If you’d ask most Americans they would tell you life is busy. They find it hard the scrap together time to do what matters most.
In today’s episode, I’m talking about scaling back your to-do list in favor of the Mantra, less is more.
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You’ve done the hard work, you’ve outlined your book, you’ve toiled over the right message, and now the fun work truly begins. It’s time to write your book.
In today’s episode, we’re finishing out the How to Write a Book The Right Way series with a topic about the process I use to actually write my books. I’m also going to show you what I do to edit before handing it off to an editor.
Listen to episode: (0:30:04)
Writing requires focus. Not just short bursts of focus, but long months on end drawn-out Focus to get you from point A to point B.
This is why so many people never finish their books, they don’t put into practice the right criteria and the right mindset for writing their book. In today’s episode, we’re talking about our content and how to be clear on your message, how to stay focused, how to be relevant, and how to get that first draft written.
Listen to episode: (0:30:58)
When you sit down to officially begin writing a book the ominous blank page with the blinking cursor stop most people in their tracks. And without the right structure, your book will take 2-3 times longer write.
In today’s episode, we’re talking about setting a solid foundation So we can build a book we can be proud that we wrote. We will look at how to choose our topic, how to describe our title, and how to begin writing our outline.
There is a growing desire in the hearts and minds of those around us to know and want to feel love. Not the love that we just throw around, but a knowing that everything is ok and a love that permeates our entire being. Love is the only way to eradicate hate and bring hope to someone’s life.
People all around are looking for a God who is not full of wrath, but love. Yet many times, we take a look at some people and write them off, as if they’re hopeless. However, we are commanded to love those around us and we are to show them that true love comes only from God and God alone.
If you to ask most people what their number one bucket list item is, it would be writing a book.
However, the sad reality is most people will never write their book. Either they don’t know where to begin, for they just don’t have the tools they need to finally pull the trigger.
In today’s Podcast episode, We begin a three part series o writing your book. I dive into my exact formula for writing a Book. You’ll discover what it takes to write a good Book What tools you need to write, and the proper order from start to finish.
Listen to episode: (00:28:46)
We all experience moments where your brain shuts down and you can’t write another word. Some call it writer’s block, others call it laziness.
What happens when you sit down, see that cursor, and want to shut down and reboot your brain in safe-mode? Writer’s block happens to everyone. It creeps in when you’re least expecting it and you find you’re at a total loss, wishing you could write just one more paragraph without pulling out your hair.