Using the lessons presented in The Writer's Studio, you'll find yourself leading your very own tribe in no time.

How The Writer's Studio Will Help You

This program is broken up into four unique audio sessions, each in a dynamic Q&A format (it’s like we’re sitting across the table from each other):



  • You Need to Become a Writer — We discuss the overlooked importance to becoming confident in your craft: believing you are something before you can act like it.

  • You Need the Right Tools — Forget theory; it's time to practice. Here, we talk about how you can use online tools to reach your audience. We'll discuss some specific strategies like how to launch a website and start blogging.

  • You Need Relationships — It’s not just what you know but who you know that really matters. Here, we discuss how to make the right connections and build influence that leads to amazing opportunities.

  • You Need to Get Started — In this final session, we talk about the actual craft of writing and how you can land a publishing contract in less time than you think.

More than 3,000 people have already accessed our writing tools and are on their way to becoming full-time writers. Why haven't you?

About the Author

Jeff Goins

Writer

Originally from Chicago, Jeff spent his twenties traveling with a band.

Now, Jeff lives with his family just outside of Nashville and spends his days trying to take over the Internet.

He's written for over 100 magazines, publications, and blogs. He is also a speaker, creative coach, and consultant. 

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Some Words on The Writer's Studio

  • The Writer’s Studio covers a lot of ground in a short amount of time, and does it in a very clear, easy to understand way. Jeff talks about everything from the value of the discipline of writing daily, to connecting with others, building your portfolio, and on and on. I found that I was able to jot down notes while listening, things that I will be able to turn into concrete action with my own blog, and also in planning for future writing goals.

    - Susie Finney
     

  • The lessons were solid and straightforward. They cut through the clutter that often fills a writer’s mind and heart. The bottom line is, after you learn, practice, and surround yourself with a few close friends that will encourage you, it’s time to put words on paper. That may be the simplified, stripped down version, but at some point in time, most writers have to cross this bridge. Jeff does a great job gently nudging writers in the right direction.

    - Timothy Burns
     

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