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Book Writing Course vs Mastermind

Book Writing Course vs Mastermind – What’s the Difference?

Are you contemplating enrolling in a writing course before taking the leap into writing your book?

It’s a common choice, but let’s delve deeper into what’s really at stake when it comes to opting for a writing course vs getting ‘REAL LIFE’ valuable feedback on your Book Writing Idea at my Mastermind Session.


Firstly, often people opt for the Writing Course for the following reason…

1. The Confidence Conundrum:
One of the underlying reasons for choosing a writing course is often a lack of confidence.

Women in particular may doubt their abilities to convey their expertise, vision, and experiences effectively.

Ironically, writing a book can be the ultimate remedy for this lack of confidence.

As you embark on your writing journey and successfully produce a book, your self-assurance will skyrocket.

The confidence you gain from completing such a significant project far outweighs any lessons learned in a writing course.

More significantly, it’s NOT your writing skills that make your book a success BUT the way you’re going to attract attention for your book and that is exactly what you’ll be able to practice at my upcoming Mastermind.

Prepare and ‘Pitch’ your book for 2min into the ‘zoom’ room (you don’t have to ‘learn’ your pitch off by h, you can simply read it off the screen!) and get valuable feedback.


Another reason for wanting to take a Writing Course might be…

2. The Quest for Clarity:
Another motivation behind seeking a writing course is the desire to figure out how to start your book.

Writing courses may promise clarity, but in many cases, they only serve to overwhelm you with numerous techniques and approaches, each claiming to be the “right” way to begin.

The truth is, there’s no one-size-fits-all approach to starting a book, especially when it’s about sharing your unique expertise and vision.

Your book should reflect your authentic voice and style, and presenting your book idea as a ‘Pitch’ at my Mastermind, for example, let’s you promote it your way, getting immediate and expert feedback instead of spending endless weeks on ‘learning’ writing.


And thirdly…

3. Fear of Judgment:
Many aspiring authors turn to writing courses due to the fear of being judged.

The misconception is that a writing course will teach them to write in a way that avoids criticism.

However, the key to overcoming this fear lies not in becoming a flawless writer but in positioning and marketing your book effectively.

You have a powerful message and unique insights to share, and it’s how you present your book to the world that will determine how it’s received.

Learning to write as a writer may not necessarily address this underlying concern BUT partaking in my Online Mastermind Session, NOT a Masterclass, this is a Mastermind as described by Napoleon Hill in his books, you get to ‘Pitch’ your book in exactly the way you think you would.

Your ‘Pitch’ gets valuable feedback in a safe, supporting and caring environment.


In conclusion, instead of considering a writing course, it’s crucial to learn and understand the power and importance of HOW TO PITCH your book to get attention.

It’s about confidence, clarity, or fear of judgment, so, remember that the best way to address these concerns is by learning how to present and promote the essence of your book and being authentically courageous in doing so in the right way for you.

The process itself holds the power to boost your confidence, bring clarity to your message, and position your book to shine in the most authentic way possible. Your story and expertise matter—don’t let anything hold you back from sharing them with the world – register for the Mastermind NOW, it’s THIS WEEK Friday 2.Feb – two times to choose from.

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