Webinar: Beyond Talent with Host Jeffrey Davis



In this time of flux for the publishing industry, what does it take to write, ship, & publish work that matters over the long haul? Talent helps, but numerous innovative writers consistently and intentionally cultivate 5 other qualities, emotions, and habits that remain true in the early 21st century. They’re not all what you think. Whether you are a writer wanting to sharpen your game or a coach or editor wanting to help your clients, you will discover what those 5 surprising habits are and how to start practicing them today.
Live interactive webinar with your host, Jeffrey Davis of Tracking Wonder
When: Wed. Feb. 6, 2013 from 1-2:30 pm EST
Cost: $19 for Patron Members and $29 for non-Patron Members

During this interactive webinar you will:

  • Get clear on why your writing matters.
  • Learn the two core emotions that drive most captivating writing – and how you can cultivate them.
  • Identify where you are on the amateur-maestro continuum – and how you can be okay with wherever you are.
  • Discover why the inner game prevails over the vagaries of the publishing industry and marketing trends.
  • Get practical ideas and tools to sharpen your inner game – and to help other writers do likewise.
  • Get inspiring examples from writers you love.

Please complete this registration form. After you complete this form you will receive an email with additional instructions, as well as a payment link.

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About Jeffrey Davis:

Jeffrey Davis is a thought leader in the field of creativity and productivity, author of a pioneering book on writing and creative process, and a veteran book strategist who relishes helping other creatives advance books, brands, and businesses that enrich a part of the world. A writer for Psychology Today and The Creativity Post, his poetry, fiction, and essays appear in literary journals across the U.S. and in London. He has taught at Omega, Kripalu, and at numerous universities, writer’s conferences, and centers globally. He serves as Tiferet Journal’s Fiction Editor.
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