- Connect with your audience
- Market your writing without feeling self-promotional
- Create consistent content from your life
- Persevere and create a lasting writing career
- Find and develop a hook
- Identify obstacles to your goals and how to fit writing into your busy schedule
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3 S’s Of Connectivity, Part 1
How do we escape the pitfalls of self-promotional marketing, and replace it with value-driven marketing? The answer is value-driven writing. In this first of three lessons, Lysa TerKeurst unpacks three unique and powerful ways to reach the hearts of our readers and broaden our audience. If you want to deepen connectivity with your readers, don’t miss this lesson as Lysa explains how to include Spiritual depth, Sentimental Pull and Scent-sational Elements in your writing.
3 S’s Of Connectivity, Part 2
In this second out of three lessons, Lysa unpacks Spiritual Depth using tangible examples from her 1 Samuel 25 teaching. If you want your readers to say, “Wow! I never knew that was in that passage,” then you don’t want to miss this lesson.
3 S’s Of Connectivity, Part 3
Lysa discusses one of her main focuses in writing and speaking, which is points to unpack. Lysa will practically walk you through finding points to unpack through her 2 Samuel 20 teaching about One Wise Woman.
Finding Your Hook
Studies show the average adult attention span is 8 seconds and most make gut decisions in 3 seconds or less. So, knowing we only have seconds to capture our reader’s attention before they press delete, what should we put first? In this practical lesson, Glynnis Whitwer explains what a “hook” is, why it’s so important, and how to make sure it’s a part of everything we write.
How to Create, Cultivate and Curate Consistent Content
In this teaching, Chrystal Evans Hurst will walk you through the lessons she’s learned both personally as a life-long writer and professionally as an author of two books. Being a speaker as well as an author, she will also give you insight on how to share your content with a storyteller’s heart.
Organizing Writing Ideas
So you have committed to write and are busy gathering ideas and stories as well as looking for lessons in Scripture — but how do you keep all the content organized and ready to be funneled into articles, blog posts or a book?