Today is Valentine’s Day, and people all around the world are celebrating with chocolate, chick flicks, flowers, fine wine, and touching cards that say it all.
I’d send each of you a card and some chocolate if I could, just to show my appreciation that you’re part of my readership. But if I did that, I’d be broke and living in a cardboard box. And I don’t actually trust Canada’s cross-border reliability when it comes to mailing gifts.
Instead, I found something I know is even more valuable to you than chocolate, and I know it’s a gift you’ll truly appreciate if you put it to good use. In fact, I found five valuable somethings, and you can choose the one that suits you most.
What are these somethings? They’re special worksheet packages I created, each designed to help you clarify and achieve some very specific goals. They include worksheets you can print out and put to good use, as well as links to fabulous interviews I’ve had with some savvy peers of mine.
(Those calls aren’t your average kind of interview, either – you’ll be impressed by these in-depth conversations, and you won’t believe the game-changing advice I pulled from these experts’ heads when they least expected it!)
- Laura Vanderkam, author of 168 Hours: You have more time than you think, tells you how to find the time you need to write. Click here for your How to Find Time to Write worksheet package.
- Peter Shallard, THE shrink for entrepreneurs, talks about writer’s block, picks apart your writing psychology and teaches you effortless writing techniques. Click here for your How to Smash Writing Roadblocks worksheet package.
- Jon Morrow, the leading expert on epic writing and founder of Guest Blogging, tells you tricks for writing great guest posts and building relationships with A-listers. Click here for your How to Write a Great Guest Post worksheet package.
- Chris Guillebeau, the ultra-famous A-lister traveling round the world (literally!) talks about what it’s like to write a book and how to manage writing your own big project. Click here for your How to Write for a Big Project worksheet package.
- Johnny B. Truant, the eclectic blogger famous for his tell-it-like-it-is style, talks about writing awareness, style and technique. Click here for your How to Build Writing Awareness worksheet package.
Enjoy to your heart’s content. And have a very happy day full of wonderful moments.