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Calling All Authors, Bloggers, and Writers!

Calling all writers, bloggers & authors: create a daily writing habit and a body of work with Write Every Day

The last few weeks, I’ve been working on a new Udemy course designed especially for writers. Today, I’m excited to share Write Every Day: Start and Maintain a Daily Writing Habit is available now.

This course is designed for authors, bloggers, and freelance writers who are working on big writing projects and want to build a body of work, plus anyone who wants to flex their creative muscles by starting a new daily creative practice.

It covers topics like getting started with and maintaining a writing habit, making time to write, mindset, your identity as a writer, and overcoming some of the most common obstacles and challenges regular writers face.

Over the last year, I’ve mostly been coaching writers, artists and other creators as they work through big projects (finishing novels, starting blogs, restarting their art practice, etc.). This course distills some of the most common questions and topics that have come up through that, shared in bite-size lessons, worksheets, and resources.

Here’s the description of the course from Udemy:

Create a regular writing habit that builds your confidence, creates solid, sustainable progress, and enables you to reach your biggest writing-related goals

  • Discover how to start and maintain a regular writing practice
  • Set yourself up for success with the right mindset and environment
  • Create a writing habit that supports your health and happiness, as well as your goals
  • Learn how to overcome procrastination, resistance, and other common challenges regular writers encounter

Harness the power of a daily writing practice and watch your skill and confidence grow

The difference between aspiring writers and actual writers is writing. 

Writers write. Whether you want to write a book, start a blog, finish your dissertation, or complete client projects, a regular writing practice will help you do so in an efficient and sustainable way. It’s the best and arguably only way to create a body of work without giving up on your writing goals and dreams or, at the other end of the spectrum, experiencing burnout.

Contents and overview 

This course contains 32 lessons and 2 hours of content.

It’s designed for new writers who want to make the most of the time they have and start their writing career with good habits in place. It’s also for more experienced writers who are struggling to maintain a regular practice and want to learn how to create a writing habit, as well as support themselves with the emotional ups and downs of the writing journey.

To start, you’ll discover a simple writing practice that works with any schedule and will help you kickstart your new writing habit. You’ll also learn how to grow your practice and dig deep into your identity as a writer, looking at what motivates you, what your ideal writing life looks like, and how writing fits with the other important areas and elements of your life. With a strong foundation in place, the course also covers how to deal with the most common challenges and obstacles writers face, including procrastination, struggling to finish projects, self-criticism, and more. 

Whether you’re writing purely for personal pleasure, to further your career, or as a side project, having a regular writing practice is a hugely rewarding and fulfilling habit that will enrich your life across the board. This course will give you the tools to get writing and stay writing, whatever else is on your plate.

From now until 10th July, you can save 50% on the course price and register for just £9.99 by clicking here and using the code BWYAREADER50.

If you have any questions, get in touch. I hope you enjoy the course!

 

P.S. I’m aware this is somewhat of a departure from the kinds of topics I usually talk about on Becoming Who You Are and won’t be relevant to everyone. Writers, I hope you find it useful, but non-writers, don’t worry, I’m not abandoning you! I will have more personal growth-related goodness coming for you very soon :)

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