Last year, about this time I began thinking of New Year’s Resolutions. I always love the thought of a whole new year, untouched, laying out before me. The possibilities seem endless!
I wrote my 2012 resolutions down in a journal. Number 3 on the list was to start a blog! I can’t believe that I’ve done this for almost a year. It’s been so much fun for me, and I hope you have enjoyed it as well.
This past summer I read a book by Jeff Goins called Wrecked. I really enjoyed the book and began to follow his blog goinswriter.com. This fall Jeff offered an online writing class called Tribe Writers. It is a course to help writers find their voice and develop a platform to help market their writing and gain more followers.
I loved the concept, but was hesitant to register for the class. After all, I was not a writer. I had just started a blog a few months ago. But, at the last minute I signed up anyway, worried that I might be in over my head.
The time for the first lesson in Tribe Writers came, and I nervously clicked on the link. But, by the time I had completed the first lesson I knew that I had made a great choice! The class was exactly what I hoped it would be. It was exactly what I needed it to be!
Now I say with confidence “I am a writer!”
I learned so much from the Tribe Writers course. It has truly been one of the best courses I have ever taken. Part of that is the Tribe Writers community. Everyone taking the course has a desire to share their knowledge and help each other out. I have learned so much through my interactions with this group of people (people of all ages from all over the world!) and have become a better writer as a result.
Jeff Goins is offering the class again. In fact, today is the last day to sign up for it. If you want to become a better writer and want to learn how to develop a platform for your writing, I highly recommend signing up for this course. You will not regret it! It will be a great way to start the new year and make 2013 a great year for you as a writer.
You can learn more and sign up for the course here. Don’t forget, today’s the last day!
If you have any questions, please let me know!