Just a quick note, re writer coaching with Team Up. Apparently, some of our ezine messages are ending up in people’s junk filters. This is inevitable, and sadly annoying for you, if you miss something you really wanted. I’ve had some messages to this effect, asking whether Team Up is still available, and who it’s for.
This session, Team Up students include:
A writer who wants to write Kindle short stories (he’s heard they’re profitable, but he’s a newspaper journalist who’s only ever written non-fiction;
A writer who’s struggling to complete a book — he can’t get motivated to complete a couple of chapters;
A writer who wants to build her client list. She has challenges setting boundaries, and her clients are taking advantage of her inexperience;
A blogger who needs to monetize his blog — he has an amazing blog, which is costing him time and energy and could be earning for him;
A writer who’s got huge bills he needs to pay, but feels uncomfortable with self-promotion…
A writer who… ??? (Fill in the blank. What’s YOUR biggest challenge?)
A writer asked whether Team Up is just for writing coaching — he’s trying to build a writing business, so he doesn’t need writing instruction, he needs business instruction. And yes, Team Up is DEFINITELY for you if you want to build a business.
We’ve extended Team Up until Sunday. So, if this is the first you’ve heard of it, do add the ezine to your white list, and join us if it makes sense for you and your writing. 🙂
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