Sneak Peek #2: Damn Fine Words Writing Course

Sneak Peek #2: Damn Fine Words Writing Course

A few days ago, you got a sneak peek into Damn Fine Words – and today, you’re about to get another one.

Now, Damn Fine Words is the writing course that’s all about results, action, progress and getting you to where you want to be – just from knowing how to write well.

And I’ll be right there with you – I’ve added special features that let me have office hours, during which course members can come see me for a private chat. We’ll also be hanging out in the forum and having fun with some special activities I’ve put together.

Oh, and we’ll probably be talking lots about how to get even more business results through writing.

But when I realized just how huge this Damn Fine Words writing course had become, I knew I couldn’t do this alone. This is a major undertaking! And I wanted this course to be the best it could be.

See, Damn Fine Words is personal. I WANT this writing course to work for you, and I want to see you get huge returns from your business. This is game-changing, and it’s all about results.

So I hired Ainslie Hunter, a specialized online education consultant. (She has a Masters degree in this sort of stuff. How cool is that?) I put her to work on every lesson, making sure it taught you what you needed to know.

Her work, assistance and counsel has been invaluable and she helped make Damn Fine Words become… well, damn fine amazing.

Here’s what’s even cooler:

As Ainslie worked through the lessons and the course, she began applying her new knowledge to her own business – and within just a few months of launching her website, her blog received an award.

AND she was invited to speak at a major seminar.

Writing well is key to your success. Words take you places, and knowing effective writing techniques that get results just puts your business in a race car to the win line.

I asked Ainslie which were her favourite lessons so I could give you a sneak peek. Let me tell you what she said:

From Blank Page to Publish

Ainslie loved Lesson 10, where she learned how to take writing from blank page to finished piece. It sent chills up her spine. “So obvious,” she told me, “and yet I never realized this. I thought good writers could do this all at once!”

Nope, we don’t, and I’m glad I can shed some light on exactly how we create our work. It’ll take off heaps of pressure for you!

Your Writing Voice

When Ainslie got to Lesson 17, she learned more about her writing voice than ever before – like what it is, why it works, why it’s important and how to make it all happen in every piece.

Suddenly she decided THAT was her favourite lesson. It gave her permission to write in her own voice, and it made writing for her business so much easier.

Recycle for Results

Then Ainslie said something that made me stop and take note: “That’s the beauty of this course. You can reuse it as your business changes.”

She realized that as her business grew and evolved and its (and her) needs changed, different lessons became important and relevant. One week, this one became useful. The next, that lesson helped her out.

And she kept referring back to lessons each time her business needed something new – she was covered.

She even used the three-sentence technique she learned in Lesson 4 to create her seminar presentation!

A writing course that covers you from A to Z, knowledge you can adapt to any stage of your business, skills you can use over and over (for as long as you live!) and recycle for every project you work on…?

That’s just damn fine, if I do say so myself.

And if you’d like better results from your writing, you need to visit Damn Fine Words and register today. Get in before September 1st, and you’ll save $200 – but you’d better hurry. After the 1st, the price goes up.

Post by James Chartrand

James Chartrand is an expert copywriter and the owner of Men with Pens and Damn Fine Words, the game-changing writing course for business owners. She loves the color blue, her kids, Nike sneakers and ice skating.

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  1. Sounds like an amazing course. It will be great to hear more of Ainslie and the other students in your course.

    James you’ve taught college students, is this where you developed the idea for the class?

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