If you have a writer’s heart and an empty wallet then this is your time to try out for this year’s ’Damn Fine Words’ writing contest. If you’re anything like me, you would love to learn how to write copy that sells. You want to write something that people want to read.
Yoda: ~"Stubborn and hard is your head. Soften it we will."
Do you want to transform into a self-contained business writer- that can essentially pull cash out of any pocket- instead of hoping to find loose change on the ground in a parking lot, in order to buy a dollar burger with fries for lunch.- Mmmm, fries!
“The Damn Fine Words writing course opens to new students this September 2. And if you’re a small business owner, a freelancer or an entrepreneur, you won’t want to miss it, so get on the newsletter now to be notified the second you can join.”~ Men With Pens
All right here goes;
- “why (do) you want to join the course.
- Tell - James Chartrand - why it matters to you, and
- how much difference Damn Fine Words would make for your life.”~ Men With Pens
Winning this course will help me find the ground under my feet and that powerful, passionate writer residing in my heart who hopes for a mentor to set me on a path to lucrative creativity and I would be able to play the piano and find the lost city of Atlantis…
“Businesspeople write the content that helps them market, sell and succeed.”~ Men With Pens
Seriously, winning the Damn Fine Words writing course it would change my life by giving me a boost to that writer’s mindset, adding motivation and a place to go when life steps in the way of dreams. As an entrepreneur who needs to find a way to side step procrastination, while trying to ward off my elderly mother’s sundown syndrome, I try to find the humor by thinking of Cloris Leachman from that television show Raising Hope.
The reality of life is full of absurdities and logic, sadness and merriment, families and strangers, rejoice and regret -that is why winning the Damn Fine Words writing course would be amazing. Winning this course is part of my bucket list- so that at the end of my life-line I won’t regret not having moved forward in my writing career. Instead, there would be smiles as I yell for pudding, paper and pencils, while I use what I learned from James Chartrand and continue to write and excel.
However, you want to write that blog post, just make sure you do write it and answer those questions. Then head back to ‘Men With Pens’ make a comment, and add a link back to your post.
Is it just me, but the first time I saw that name, ‘Men With Pens’ I thought I saw an ‘i’ which could be considered astigmatism or maybe too much focus in my rose-colored-glasses.