A friend of mine recently did a survey of a few thousand writers, asking them how much money they make off their writing per month. Do you know what they said? Can you guess? A few thousand bucks a month? A few hundred? Not even close.
Have you ever told someone (including yourself) you’re not that kind of writer – meaning you aren’t a professional writer? Today’s episode might change your mind! Our guest, Honoree Corder, explains how to know if you are a writer.
People often ask me what it takes to be a good writer. The short answer? I don’t know. The slightly longer answer? I don’t know, and I don’t care.
How do you write in a way that effectively communicates your point and gets people to think or do what you want them to do? Here are 7 short tips for effective writing straight from my brain.
You keep trying to do it, and it’s not working. You’ve read all the books, followed all the prompts, done your research, and yet, you still wonder: Am I a good writer? Do I really have what it takes? Because it sure doesn’t feel that way. It’s time to stop this nonsense once and for all.
Oftentimes, we like to say that “perfect is overrated” or “there’s no such thing as perfect.” Don’t make it perfect; just get it done. But here’s the truth: Perfect is possible.