Counting on my fingers and toes, I realized the other day that I’ve been making a living as a writer for about 30 years.
As my friend Erico likes to say, holy sheet.
I’ve written books, articles, a serialized novella, countless blog posts and podcast scripts, a zillion session outlines for classes, sales pages, email sequences, workbooks, and a meditation script …
All of which required compelling ideas, careful execution, and a powerful connection to my audience to get the response I was looking for.
For the past month or two, I’ve been putting together a framework that distills my approach into something that I’ve found any creative person can use to their benefit.
And next week, I’m going to present it for the first time.
A brand-new (free) workshop for you on creativity for the long haul
I hope you can join me for a brand-new workshop called Unlock Your Words. I’ll be presenting my creativity framework, as well as some essential advice for avoiding burnout.
(Because no matter how creatively energetic you are, you will burn out if you don’t take care of yourself.)
In this workshop, I’ll be talking about:
- How to become more confident about your writing
- Easy ways anyone can become more creative
- Productive habits for people who hate productivity advice
- The keys to getting your work seen by more people
- Two things to practice religiously if you want to avoid burnout
I’ll be speaking mainly to folks who are writing to support a business — content creators, copywriters, and entrepreneurs.
But the framework works for any kind of writing (and actually, for any creative work). We’ve always had a handful of fiction and creative nonfiction writers in my workshops, and they report getting a lot out of the approach.
To accommodate multiple time zones, I’m leading the workshop twice. (And no, it won’t be a recording pretending I’m live … I’ll actually be there.)
You can choose from Tuesday afternoon/evening in North America (that’s Wednesday morning in Australia) or Wednesday morning in North America, which is early evening in the UK and Europe.
Because I’ll be there live, there will be lots of opportunity to address your questions about creativity, writing excellence, and writing for business.
And given that we’re about to head into the holidays, I’m not planning to offer the workshop again until January at the earliest. (February is more likely, to tell you the truth.)
So if you’d like to give yourself an early (free) gift of more creativity and writing confidence, drop your details in the form above!