San Francisco, California
London, United Kingdom
If you're fed up to here with all of the excuses you've made for yourself, or you're tired of allowing
other people to talk you out of finishing your book, or you know you’ve missed several opportunities to build your business, position yourself as an expert, or make more money ... or you're sick and tired of starting and stopping every time some life event presents itself, then you need to join me for this session.
Finally, you’re going to write your book ... and I’ll teach you how.
In this high-impact, high-content session you’ll learn how to:
- Move from scatter to matter: Get organized!
- Get started NOW! (it’s easier than you think)
- Set a writing schedule that works for you (and stick with it)
- Develop the mindset of an author with 7 proven tips
- Overcome your obstacles and excuses with 9 easy solutions
- Make self-publishing work for you
- Find the money to fund your book project
- Build your Publishing Dream Team
- Turn book expenses into revenue
- Leverage your book for your success
If you’re finally ready to commit to writing your book in 2013, you have to attend this session. Don’t start the year off regretting that you haven’t taken a meaningful step towards your goal.
Saturday, February 9th
10:00 am - 12 noon
3665 Club Drive, Suite 107
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Be sure to invite friends and colleagues!
Here’s what you’ll walk away with:
- A solid theme for your book
- An outline to guide you in building book content
- Useful writing tips
- Your realistic writing schedule
- A clear profile of your ideal reader
- A realistic book production budget
- A well-defined author platform
- Ideas for how to pay for your book production
- Valuable Preferred Providers in Publishing resources
As a bonus, you receive a FREE 20-minute coaching session with The Author’s Midwife. Simply by attending this valuable session, you’ll get expert insight and direction for your book to help you get started and finally become a published author.
About the Presenter
Anita Paul is known as The Author's Midwife. She is a published author and an author's coach and mentor. With over 20 years in the communications field, she specializes in helping professional women in corporate America and successful entrepreneurs become published authors and leverage their books to upsell their expertise. She has edited and been acknowledged in several books, and has a highly sought after system for planning and writing a book, turning "non-writers" into published authors. As a freelance writer, her articles have appeared in over 25 trade publications in the U.S. and Canada. Anita owns The Write Image, a corporate communications company where she consults with mid-size companies and non-profits on their communications strategies.
"Lady Anita Paul is a gracious and dynamic speaker with the ability to captivate her audience with her charismatic approach to writing one’s life story. Anita educated, reasoned, humored, and engaged us all while presenting her call to action to get started writing a book. Her caring and gentle prod made us believe it was possible and we left inspired and ready to take action."
~Charly McCracken, Motivational Pearls
"Thank you again for the coaching session. What an amazing wealth of information! I had several 'aha moments' while attending 'How to Tie Your Book to Your Success.' Your generosity and willingness to share your professional knowledge is greatly appreciated."
~Cynthia A. Woods, MBA, CAW Professional Business Solutions
"I heard Anita speak at the Woman of Wow luncheon. Her talk was very inspiring. Anita helped me realize that in order to realize my dream of becoming a published writer I must make a serious commitment, be willing to work hard, and learn new techniques. She encouraged me to take baby steps by daily disciplining myself to journal. Anita, your recent article confirmed an idea I have for a book about motherhood."
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When & Where
The Write Image
Ever consider writing a book? Author and writing coach Anita Paul offers some ideas here. She is a native of Chicago, who grew up in California, and is a graduate of San Diego State University. She has worked in the financial sector and with non profits and coaches potential authors to focus and help position themselves as experts in their fields. She moved to Georgia nearly a decade ago.