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Freelance writing – and earning money from it – is about more that numbers of words or turning up to write. It's also about mindset and getting organised. In this mini-course I'll introduce you to three powerful strategies to you can start making money from your writing

4 Lessons - Intermediate

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How to get the ideas for your novel out of your head and onto the page takes you through three powerful, practical steps that will enable you imagine and flesh out the novel you want to write.

6 Lessons - Easy

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You want to write a book to support and promote your business, but you don’t know where to start. Or you know what you want to write about, sort of, but can’t seem to figure out a way to get it down on the page. Or you’ve said you’ll write a book ‘one day’ but lack of ideas is holding you back. Or you have a general idea for your book but you don’t know how to structure it.

In this mini-course, I’ll teach you how to come up with ideas for your book, plus I’ll show you how to get specific so they really work AND how to structure them so that you have the best chance of getting your book written, avoiding the confusion and overwhelm. You’ll come up with a powerful, practical plan of action that’s actually useable.

As well as coming up with ideas, you’ll get to gen up on three things that first timers seldom consider before they start: the shape of your book, your readers, and the publishing world.

5 Lessons - Easy

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You want to write a book, but you don’t know where to start. Or you know what you want to write about, sort of, but can’t seem to figure out a way to get it down on the page. Or you’ve said you’ll write a book ‘one day’ but lack of ideas is holding you back. Or you have a general idea for your book but you don’t know how to structure it.

Designed for coaches and healers, this mini-course, will teach you how to come up with ideas for your book, plus you'll learn how to get specific so your ideas really work AND how to structure them so that you have the best chance of getting your book written, avoiding the confusion and overwhelm. You’ll come up with a powerful, practical plan of action that’s actually useable.

As well as coming up with ideas, you’ll get to gen up on three things that first time authors seldom consider before they start: the shape of your book, your readers, and the publishing world.

5 Lessons - Easy

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Do you want to write a book to support your clients, but you're frustrated because lack of knowledge is holding you back? Or do you find yourself wishing you knew how to plan and structure a book or that you just knew how to start – then you could finally get your writing out in the world, start helping (and attracting) even more clients, and feel great about it?

If so, I get it. I was once exactly like you, not knowing how to plan or where to start, or how to structure a book.

After years of searching for the answer, writing and publishing both fiction and nonfiction myself, and helping other writers achieve their goals, I’ve condensed what I’ve learnt about planning a book into a user-friendly, confidence-boosting, step-by-step approach that you can work through in a weekend.

In this course, I explain the strategies I used to overcome my aversion to planning and my suspicion of ‘systems’ (most of which are far too complicated) and I share techniques you can start using this weekend to plan your book with confidence.

In this easy to follow course, you’ll learn how to create a plan that works as:
1) a way of structuring your book,
2) a guide to writing your book,
3) the basis of a selling document.

Here’s what you’ll learn:

How to get your ideas out of your head and onto the page
The eight questions you need to ask yourself before you start planning
How to stop indecision and get your plan written
Why the journey through the book is so important (and how to plan it)
How to keep revising and polishing as you go, resulting in a workable and user-friendly guide to your own book

After watching the course, and taking action on each activity, you’ll end up with a clear, carefully structured plan that makes the actual writing of your book a whole lot easier, so you can finally get your book out into the world and share your ideas with a much wider audience.

15 Lessons - Intermediate

Premium course

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Do you want publish a book to support your business but you're frustrated because lack of knowledge is holding you back? Do you find yourself wishing you knew how to plan and structure a book or that you just knew how to start – then you could finally get your book out in the world and feel proud of it?

If so, I get it. I was once exactly like you, not knowing how to plan or where to start, or how to structure a book.

After years of searching for the answer, writing and publishing both fiction and nonfiction myself, and helping other writers achieve their goals, I’ve condensed what I’ve learnt about planning a book into a user-friendly, confidence-boosting, step-by-step approach that you can work through in a weekend.

In this course, I explain the strategies I used to overcome my aversion to planning, and my suspicion of ‘systems’ (most of which are far too complicated) and I share techniques you can start using this weekend to plan the perfect book to support your business.

In this easy to follow course, you’ll learn how to create a plan that works as:
1) a way of structuring your book,
2) a guide to writing your book,
3) the basis of a selling document.

Here’s what you’ll learn:

How to get your ideas out of your head and onto the page
The eight questions you need to ask yourself before you start planning
How to stop indecision and get your plan written
Why the journey through the book is so important
How to keep revising and polishing as you go resulting in a workable and user-friendly guide to your own book

After watching the course, and taking action on each activity, you’ll end up with a clear, carefully structured plan that makes the actual production of your book a whole lot easier. So you can finally get that book out into the world.

15 Lessons - Intermediate

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