Got a writing challenge? As you may be aware, I’ve offering coaching for writers for many years. Hands down, our most popular program is Team Up.
At the end of last year, I promised to run Team Up again, so here we are, with Team Up 2015. Sadly, this is our final Team Up; going forward , I’ll be focusing on primarily on publishing, and on other coaching programs.
I adore Team Up, because it allows me to work with a broad cross-section of writers, from beginners, to pros.
So what can you achieve with Team Up? In brief: your goals.
Set a goal, and we’ll achieve it (or get you well on the way to doing it)
If I’ve learned anything from working with Team Up writers — and I always learn a lot — it’s this. Few writers understand what they’re capable of. We’ve talked about the inner game of writing. You must win that inner game.
When you set a goal, it helps to have someone point out: “yes, you CAN do this.” You get validation of your goal. In Team Up, we create a plan so that you get to work on achieving your goal. This will short-circuit the objections and from sabotage from Self 1.
Is Team Up for you?
If you’re not sure, ask. I’ve added a form at the bottom of this post, so send us a message.
Closeouts: check out the bargains to help you to write more, and sell more
To meet my goals for 2015, I’m closing out some of our bestselling programs, so that I can focus on coaching and publishing. This means that you get special offerings on some of our current programs. When they close, they’ll close for good. And yes, you receive coaching with them too. 🙂 Enjoy.
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