Tag: Writing

Feeling Stuck – Write a Book!

8 Nov, 2017 , , , , , , , , , , , ,

Whenever winter starts to roll around and the New Year is just around the corner, I find a lot of people begin questioning themselves. What am I doing? Where am I going? Do I like the path I’m on? Why do I feel stuck? Am I capable of doing something different? Yes, you are! Even […]

Write a Book and Earn the Credibility You’ve Always Dreamed Of

1 Nov, 2017 , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , ,

Think of the last article or book you read. What made you believe and trust the source? Did someone recommend it to you? Did you already know the author? Regardless of your motivation, one criterion had to be met: credibility. We are inclined to trust others when the source is: Credible; Reliable; Helf in high […]

5 Ways Writing a Book Will Change Your Life

18 Oct, 2017 , , , , , , , , , , ,

Imagine if you have the solution to someone else’s problem, but without your book they never found it? There’s no reason NOT to write your book, but a million reasons why you SHOULD. Getting your book on paper is just the tip of the iceberg; not only will you book significantly change the lives of […]

A Step-By-Step Guide to More Effective Writing

20 Sep, 2017 , , , , , ,

When I first started writing my book I only knew one thing for sure: I wanted to tell my story because I knew my story mattered. I know you have a story just waiting to get into the hands to those who need it most. I want to help you share your story because it […]

Is All Press Really Good Press? How to Deal with the Haters

22 Mar, 2017 , ,

The simple answer is no. Bad press exists, and unfortunately, some of it is malicious in its intent. When bad press strikes, you have the opportunity to react to in a multitude of ways. You can lash out, get angry and essentially give the “haters” exactly what they want OR you can be calm, cool, […]

The Different Personalities of Writers

7 Mar, 2017 , , ,

What does a writer look like? How do they act? What are their strengths and weaknesses? HOW and WHY do they write in the first place? If you’ve been searching for definitive answers, stop now! No True Definition There is no singular definition of what a writer is. It’s one of the things I so […]

Come Join Me at My Book Bound Workshop!

17 May, 2016 , , , , , , , ,

So, you read my recent post on writing a book, Think Writing a Book Won’t Benefit Your Business? Think Again!, and now your wheels are turning, right? You know writing a book will help promote your business, but you’re not sure how to get started. Then let me tell you about my exclusive “Book Bound” […]

How to Choose a Topic When Writing a New Book

27 Jan, 2016 , , , , , ,

The first step in writing a book is choosing a topic. For some writers, a topic idea has been percolating in their minds for a while, or they come across some piece of information that generates a topic idea. However, for others, it can be a challenging task to find a topic that will be […]

5 Ways to Motivate Yourself to Write

19 Jan, 2016 , , , , , ,

Can’t seem to muster up the drive and determination to begin writing? Even the most seasoned authors will experience a lack of motivation from time to time. If this sounds like a familiar scenario, you should try the following techniques to overcome procrastination and start writing. Set Small Goals You don’t have to finish an […]

Should I Use a Publisher or Self-Publish?

4 Dec, 2015 , , , , ,

Congratulations, you’ve finished your book! Perhaps it will become a series that will make you the next J.K. Rowling with enough millions to open your own Gringotts. Or, perhaps you have a self-help book that will make you the next Dr. Phil. No matter how compelling your story or your book’s advice, you face the […]

Simple Writing Tips that Work

17 Oct, 2015 , , , , , , ,

Writing isn’t an exact science; it’s a form of art that requires a combination of creativity, hard work, and practice. If you are struggling to write your first book, or even your second, you’re not alone — many of us struggle and run into road blocks. We have some writing tips to get you started […]

Where are the Best Places to Write?

18 Sep, 2015 , , , , , ,

Many authors struggle to write from home, simply because it’s filled with distractions. You may find yourself getting up every 30 minutes to let the dogs out, stopping to do laundry, cooking, or performing other “household activities.” When you spend your time doing these activities, however, you won’t have the time to write. This is […]

The Different Types of Writer’s Block

5 Sep, 2015 , , , , , ,

Ever find yourself staring at a blank sheet of paper or empty computer screen without the ability to produce work? Writer’s block is an-too-common phenomenon that nearly every author will experience during his or her life. The first step toward overcoming it is understanding why you’ve hit a road block. The First Few Sentences… One […]

How To Become a More Productive Writer

25 Jun, 2015 , , , , ,

Do you struggle to meet your writing deadlines? Whether you’re a professional author who’s working on their 100th book, or if you’re working on your very first book, you should take steps to improve your productivity. Many authors drag their feet, choosing to procrastinate rather than perform actual work. So, how can you become a […]

Obvious and Not-So-Obvious Benefits of Writing a Book

22 Apr, 2015 , , , , , , , , , , ,

Still not convinced that writing a book is worth your time and energy? Granted, a lot of work goes into writing a book. You must choose a topic, research the topic, turn your thoughts into words, and then go back and proofread and edit everything before publishing it. Of course, this is just the general […]

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