About Me

My photo
Baltimore, Maryland, United States
Lawyer | Romantic Suspense Author | Speaker | TV Junkie | Foodie | Sweet Wine Addict | Savvy Shopper You can visit my website at www.authordeelawrence.com to learn more about my romantic suspense novel, Gotta Let It Go, which is set in Baltimore. You can also connect with me online @ thewritepen (Twitter and Facebook). Thanks for visiting with me today!

Tuesday, January 5, 2016

The RWS (Read. Write. Speak) System to Help You Grow Big in 2016

This week I'm the featured expert in the Trailblazer Entrepreneur Nation (TENation, a closed group on Facebook). On Monday, I answered several questions related to the business of writing, publishing and speaking and was tasked to provide a business tip for the remainder of the week, So, here's the business tip I posted today in the group. 

Read. Read. Read. Write. Write. Write. Speak. Speak. Speak. If you’re serious about being a writer and branding yourself as a speaker as well in 2016 and beyond, you must do a few things: 1) read books within your genre (and sometimes outside your genre) and about the craft of writing, 2) write every day if you can and don’t be afraid to try a new writing style every now and then, and 3) start aligning yourself with others to obtain speaking engagements.

Furthermore, to sharpen your skills you may want to take a non-credit or credit writing class as well as join your local Toastmasters club to learn from the experts.

Note: No one becomes a professional without learning their craft and sharpening the skills of their craft.

R – read for the adventure; E – explore new worlds; A – always stretch your creativity; D – develop interesting characters that leap from the page.

W – write to express yourself; R – reach for the stars; I – ignite a fire that fuels your art; T – teach what you know; E – excite your readers with a page turner.

S – speak and share what you know; P – perfect your speaking style; E – earn the trust of others; A – attend networking events; K – keep learning. 



No comments:

Post a Comment

Follow by Email

Twitter