I’m launching a new project later this month. It’s always a scary thing, sharing some brand new creation you’ve made. What if people hate it or don’t understand it? What if they don’t see the value?
You want to share your message with the world. You want to be heard. But in this day and age, with all the noise the internet creates, building your platform can be challenging.
Today, I don’t know what I should write about. This doesn’t happen too often as I keep a repository of ideas for this very purpose. But today, nothing feels right. So what do I do?
Recently, I had the privilege of interviewing book designer Adam Greene who was the mastermind behind the million-dollar Kickstarter campaign, Bibliotheca.
I wasted years of my life doing all my writing on Microsoft Word. But that’s all over now. I have finally seen the light.
After hearing so many writers I respect (people like Michael Hyatt and Andy Traub) talk about the magic of Scrivener, a word processor designed for serious writing projects, I decided to give it a go.
I had no idea what I was missing.