Writing a book isn't a pain.
Well, most folks would disagree.
Because writing has, traditionally, been a pain.
But the pain comes from structure. The pain comes from knowing
too much. Then, when you sit down to write, all the thoughts from
the past start pushing through the same door.
Your brain can't deal with such an invasion
And so it shuts down. You sit there, upset with yourself. You figure
you're the one to blame. That you don't have the talent to write.
And sure, we've all been there, but it's not true.
It's never been true.
That's because you can write an e-mail
You can make a forum post.
You can do a lot of things that involve writing. But the book, it's
much too big, vast, and confusing for you–the writer.
This workshop isn't about writing
This workshop is about the structure that helps you to write.
It's the grammar of the language that helps us write e-mails, forum
posts and pretty much everything we do today. Without that grammar
If you really are tired of sitting on your hands, this is the
workshop for you It's the “Info-Products Workshop” (but really,
it's about completing that book). Having said that, you can go on to
complete other information products too, using the same structure.
P.S. If you'd like the home study, e-mail us and we'll give
you instructions, but ideally make it to the workshop. You
get a double benefit. You actually get to see how “education”
and “learning” should be done–instead of information-overload.
You also get to meet Elmo. 🙂