Free Your Inner Writer
You think all that your project needs is a slight edit?
Sometimes that’s the case.
Other times, like this one – it’s not.
I wanted to edit my Creativity Workbook.
I did it all back to front.
I hired someone to create a cover.
Then I realised that the content wasn’t quite right.
10 hours of rewriting and editing later.
The cover needed changing.
The designer disappeared.
First independent proof read.
I realised that other parts were missing and spent another 5 hours on the content.
An excellent designer created a new cover around for me and I LOVE IT.
I spent a morning figuring out the lead page, the email automation, file downloads, mailing list and finally it is ready to go.
And all I thought it needed was a simple edit.
Two months after I started this project and I’m really proud of this guide to help people free their inner writer; An gentle nudge to listen to that voice that is telling you to write.
It’s also a good example of how the creative process is not linear, but takes a route you’d never have planned, giving you surprise gifts along the way.
But I’d never taken this route if I wasn’t committed to writing a rough first draft. First drafts are meant to be rough.
Take the first steps to writing yours today.