How to Get Started as a Writer [Free Video Series]

Why are so many aspiring writers thinking about writing, but not actually doing it?

That’s a question I’ve been wrestling with over the past few months. And what I’ve realized is this:

  • Sometimes, we need to see someone else be brave before we can be courageous ourselves.
  • Sometimes, we need to see someone chase their dreams and actually accomplish their goals before we’re willing to get in the game ourselves.
  • Sometimes, we need to see someone else succeed before we believe it’s possible for us.

Sometimes, we need to see someone succeed before we believe it’s possible for us.

Jeff Goins

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And on that note, I’m excited to share a new project I’ve been working on. To help you see what’s possible when you invest in your writing, I’ve recorded a 3-part interview with one of my students Sandy Kreps.

Click here to get instant access to this series.

Sandy has taken what we teach in Tribe Writers (my online course for writers) and used it to become a popular blogger at modernsimplicity.org, as well as the author of two books. She finally got the audience her writing deserves.

Sandy is living proof that it’s not too late to succeed as a writer. It takes work, but it’s possible. My hope is that in hearing Sandy’s story, you will discover what’s possible for your own story.

Don’t miss it!

In the first video of this three-part interview, Sandy shares what inspired her to take the leap from thinking about writing to actually chasing her dream — and ultimately how she succeeded.

Do you wonder if you’ve missed your chance to succeed as a writer? Are you concerned that the challenges you face are too much to overcome?

If so, then please, take 10 minutes and watch this video. I doubt you will regret. And if you watch it, you’ll learn exactly what it takes to succeed as a writer today and why it’s not too late to begin today.

Click here to get immediate access the first video in this interview series: “Is It Too Late to Be a Writer?”

What’s holding you back from becoming a writer? Share in the comments.