What the hell are breakthrough barriers and why do you need to climb over them? Let us help you with that.
Over the next 4 days, we’re going to explore some of the most important lessons that any writer—imperfect or otherwise—will ever learn. If you want to get the most out of the things you write for your audience/business, stick around, spend a few minutes with us each day this week, and apply what you learn to your next blog, article, or piece of sales copy. We’re confident you’ll get some great results.
TALK ABOUT THE PROBLEM?
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“We,” by the way, is us: Chantel Hamilton (the editor) and Jason Zook (the writer). We work both separately and together on all kinds of online writing projects, and we both make our living as full-time, self-employed word slingers.
We’ve learned a few things over the years about using words to connect with and sell to an audience, and we’re really happy for the chance to share them with you.
Before we dive into your first lesson, let’s bust a couple myths right up front:
“Imperfect” isn’t a consolation prize
This course isn’t about settling for imperfection. It’s not about resigning yourself to being “just OK” as a writer, or about creating some sort of secondary class of creatives who aren’t good enough to be called “real” writers.
Instead, The Imperfect Writer is about embracing your imperfections as a writer, and leveraging your unique quirks to write blog posts, articles, and sales copy that authentically reflect you and build your business.
Imperfection isn’t just a bonus in this course...it’s the entire point. It’s the prerequisite.
Next up, we’re going to talk to you about what you should (and shouldn’t) write about.
Your imperfect writing friends,