If you have a goal, you can achieve it.
Become a goal-achieving, super-human writing machine with this step-by-step course.
Imagine being able to set any writing goal you desire, and having the tools, plan, and inner game to achieve it. What impact would that have on your writing life? What would you write if you knew you had the tools to accomplish it?
My experience with writers is that we generally look at things like structure, process, and goals as being antithetical to the writing life. And to some people, maybe they are. Writing is so deeply personal, that to try and do a one-size-fits-all approach to how, when, or why you write would be laughable… at best.
That said, I believe that the wonky, underbelly parts of writing like structure and goals can be tremendously helpful to many—maybe even most—writers. Yes, some people can sit down and just write rainbows, but for many writers, myself included, we need a bit more structure to get our work done.
Without writing goals, I spin. I’ll have a half-dozen, half-finished projects, none of which achieve the level I want from them. It’s frustrating, and taken to the extreme, has sometimes even challenged me to ask if I am a writer at all. I mean, if I can’t finish a project, if I can’t get something done, why am I spending so much time alone in the early morning to write? What’s the point?
All that to say, writing goals fill a huge gap for me because goals put guardrails over what, when, and why I write. Yes, goals constrict my creative freedom, but I am comfortable with this tradeoff because, ultimately, I want to see projects finished at their highest potential. I’m willing to say no to the one thousand ideas that pop into my head each day in order to push towards the goal of creative completion.
If you had the tools to chase your goals, what would you write?
There are tons of reasons to set writing goals, but here are a few of the big ones:
- You feel out of control of your writing life
- You want to write more or better
- You want to build your focus to write
- You need more accountability in your writing practice
- You want to create motivation for writing
- You want to achieve your writing potential
How to Crush Your Writing Goals is an online course designed for those writers who want to push their writing practice to the next level. This step-by-step guide will give you all the tools you need to set a compelling goal, design your inner life to align with your goals, build a plan to achieve it, and get to work.
Everything you need to crush your writing goals
60 Minutes of online video content
How to Crush Your Writing Goals is an online, on-demand course. I’ve designed each lesson to be as to-the-point as possible, with video, voiceover, and powerpoint slides to help cover the content.
Seven interactive lessons
The course is broken up into seven lessons, each building on top of each other. This structure ensures you can interact, redo, and engage with the content in the style you want.
To learn, you have to take action. This course is complete with an interactive workbook, designed to walk you through the content and exercises.
Eight powerful Exercises
Each lesson is complimented with unique, powerful exercises. These exercises constitute the “doing” of the course. You’ll leave the course not just with the “head knowledge” of goal setting.
Once purchased, you will receive lifetime access to the course. No yearly charges, no fees, no bs.
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Frequently Asked Questions
Nope! The first lesson dives into how to both find and set a powerful writing goal.
No! If you want to start writing, this is a great way to kick off your journey. The content is all designed for writers.
We offer a no-questions-asked 30-day guarantee. If you don’t like the course, you will be refunded 100% of the cost.
You will have a lifetime license to the content and workbook, as well as all future updates.
The course is delivered through an online learning system. Each lesson has a video of me (Brian) with slides, as well as an accompanying section in the workbook with exercises.
I’ve found that a lot of people know how to write but not as many know how to keep writing. Finding the motivation to write can become difficult when you’ve got the whole world stacked against you: from dirty dishes in the sink through deadlines at work to children who need to eat. And yet, it is so central to understanding life. I, like thousands of other writers, have asked myself the questions: when to find time to write? How to start? Am I good enough? What will people think of me? What to even write?
I created How Writers Write to serve those who ask themselves the same questions. I believe in storytelling. I love it. There is no feeling like writing the one good sentence that describes up an entire part of my soul. My hope is storytelling can impact you as much as it has impacted me.