100 Day Writing Challenge

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Writing With Supreme Confidence

I've just finished writing message #4 of the 100 Day Writing Challenge. This covers days 15 to 21 of the Challenge, and its title is "Develop Supreme Confidence In Yourself and Your Writing". Over the next few weeks, you'll discover how to develop real confidence in yourself, and in your writing.

Most writers lack confidence. We're always facing the blank page -- and this takes courage. So if you feel that you lack confidence, please relax. It's completely normal.

In my first few years as a copywriter, I was amazed that each and every client was so different. You'd think that if you've written 50 brochures, you KNOW how to write brochures. No so. Yes, you know the format, and you know what you need to do, but every new client and project presents fresh trials. You always have to find your courage, and scrape together your confidence.

In message #4, you'll take the first steps towards becoming supremely confident in yourself and your abilities. This won't be a false, whistling-in-the-dark confidence -- it will be real confidence. Yes, you may feel nervous at the start of a big new project, but you'll register that "nervousness" as excitement, and writing will become an exciting adventure.

Enjoy the journey. :-)

Reminder: the Prelaunch of Writing Dynamo ends soon

There's just a couple of days left of the prelaunch exclusive on Writing Dynamo. If you're confused about your writing goals for the Challenge, that guide will help you.

Angela Booth Releases "Writing Dynamo" to Help Writers to Complete the 100 Day Writing Challenge Successfully

Writing Dynamo

Angela Booth has just released a new writers' guide to help writers taking part in the 100 Day Writing Challenge, "Writing Dynamo: Create a Powerful Writing Machine That Generates Cash Every Day." This guide is useful for both new and established writers.

Online writing teacher and top copywriter Angela Booth recently developed the 100 Day Writing Challenge to help both professional and aspiring writers to achieve their 2010 goals by January 1, 2011. This challenge has been hugely popular, with many writers blogging their Challenges.

Angela says: "I'm thrilled that so many writers have accepted the Challenge, and I've received great feedback from participants. Writers have been telling me that they've achieved more in one week, than they have in previous months."

However, she says, many new writers have found the Challenge material to be a Challenge in itself: "New writers aren't sure that goals to set. This isn't surprising, since professional writing is so new to them. Nevertheless, I'm happy that so many new writers have joined in, because the Challenge will help them to build productive writing habits which will help them throughout their careers."

To help new writers, Angela created a new guide: "Writing Dynamo: Create a Powerful Writing Machine That Generates Cash Every Day." This is a simple yet powerful guide which shows writers how to get writing jobs quickly. It also teaches them two easy formulas for writing fast, while writing quality material.

Angela says that this guide is suitable both for new writers, and for established writers who are feeling stale, and want to revamp their careers.

Although enrollments for the Challenge have now closed, writers can audit the Challenge in Fab Freelance Writing Ezine.

Learn more here.

Writers can also access Angela Booth's many writing guides for further assistance during the Challenge.


Angela Booth is a top copywriter, and writing teacher. She offers many guides, courses and classes to help writers to enhance their skills. She also provides inspiration and motivation for writers on her writing blogs. Angela has been writing successfully since the late 1970s, and was online in the 1980s, long before the birth of the Web. Her business books have been widely published.

Setting Your Writing Challenge Goals

Here we are, eight days into the Writing Challenge. I've received hundreds of messages -- you love it. :-)

Thank you for the kind words. I'm thrilled that you're getting so much out of it. A couple of writers commented that they'd got more done in the first week, than they'd managed to do in months previously.

That's great.

For some new writers however, the Challenge is proving to be a challenge, if you'll pardon the pun. The problem is that these writers are very new, and have no grasp of what to do, and where to start. They need basic know-how. They need to know how to get a toe-hold in the world of writing.

Heaven knows I have products which will help them, Sell Your Writing Online NOW (SYWON) for one. But since these writers are so new, that might only confuse them all the more.

So I decided to create a new product, for new writers -- and for established writers too. From my writing mentoring, I've discovered that writers can be very well established -- they're selling articles and books -- but they're still struggling with maintaining cash flow, so that they have money when they need it.

The product is "Writing Dynamo: Create a Powerful Writing Machine That Generates Cash Every Day". The product works well with the writing challenge, and it gives you some great lessons which will ensure that you maintain the constant flow of writing jobs (and of cash), so that you can thrive as a writer.

Enjoy. :-)

Writing Dynamo: Create a Powerful Writing Machine That Generates Cash Every Day