Transforming Language & Ink into Art
If you’re anything like me, then the thought of writing a book has definitely popped into your mind a time or two (or a hundred!). But every time your inner hype-person gets you riled up about it, you get overwhelmed and don’t know where to begin. Ever been in that position? If your answer is yes, then go grab your headphones! I sat down to yik-yak with writing coach and successful author Jessi Beyer to talk about the why and the how of writing a book, and all the things in between. So, if your brain is brimming with the next best book idea, this is the episode for you!
Grab your coffee & take a seat, let’s get into it!
About Jessi Beyer
Jessi Beyer is an international award-nominated speaker, #1 best-selling mental health author, and the founder of the Aspiring Author Incubator. Named a 2020 “Young Entrepreneur to Watch” by IdeaMensch, she has been featured in dozens of media outlets, including Best Company, Thrive Global, and Elite Daily, and has spoken to thousands of people across the country through groups like Penn State University and Leadercast NOW. Outside of her professional life, she is a K9 search and rescue handler and proud pet mom.
- Writing a book
- What you should write about?
- There is only one you
- You are a writer
- Ways to publish
- Writing as an entrepreneur
- A book does not equal wealth
- Resources – Jessi’s workshop
Connect with Jessi
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Title Track Voiceover: Melissa Disney
Editor: M. Lynn
Photos: Courtney Paige Ray
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