What’s your biggest writing problem? We all have problems; that’s what life is — one challenge after the other. (Read on: share your problem; receive my thanks, and a reward.)
Here’s my biggest problem: I tend to take on too many gigs. I can’t say “no!” even when I know that I should. This means that I end up being feeling exhausted, when I should be enjoying time with my family and friends.
For many writers, their biggest problem is not completing projects.
No matter what your own biggest problem is, here’s what works with any writing challenge: talk to someone. Even if the person can’t help, just describing what the problem is will often lead you to a solution.
Knowing you have a problem, and then describing it, makes it clearer in your mind. Then you can see that you ALWAYS have options.
Free Download: Tell Me About Your Biggest Writing Problem
What’s YOUR biggest writing problem? Tell me, in around 50 words, and you can download “Writing Dynamo: Create a Powerful Writing Machine That Generates Cash Every Day”, gratis.
From the Introduction of this writing guide:
Want to create a powerful writing machine, which makes money for you every day?
Your first step is to find hungry clients, who will line up to work with you, and will pay for every word you produce.
You can create your writing money machine today, and it’s very simple. Even if you’ve yet to make your first dollar online, you can do it very easily.
I’ll be showing you how to write for money quickly and easily, with a constant source of hungry clients in this guide.
I’ll give you a process that you can use, whether you’re a complete beginner, or are already an established writer.
This guide gives you TWO fast formulas too, for writing articles and ebooks.
It’s yours free… just describe your biggest writing problem.
Send an email message to angela.booth(AT)gmail.com, with WRITING PROBLEM in the subject line. (Replace (AT) with @, of course.)
Julia will send you your download link.
I’ll cover as many of your problems as I can on this blog. Thank you.
Write what you know — and sell it
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