Overcoming Writer’s Block Part 3: The “Just Start Writing” Myth

Overcoming Writer’s Block Part 3: The “Just Start Writing” Myth

[vc_row][vc_column][vc_column_text] First Drafts: Cracking the Code Have you ever read a book and thought to yourself, “I can do that! I have something to say, and it doesn’t look that difficult.” If this sounds like you, that’s wonderful! I firmly believe you have a...
Author Rich Daniels: Writing a Deeply Personal Story for the Sake of Others

Author Rich Daniels: Writing a Deeply Personal Story for the Sake of Others

[vc_row][vc_column][vc_column_text] A Tourist in His Own Life Rich Daniels was in the midst of a career marked by impressive accomplishments. His resumé included positions in marketing, operations, and strategy for a variety of corporations with an international...
Dismantling Writer’s Block Part 2: The “I Can’t Write” Myth

Dismantling Writer’s Block Part 2: The “I Can’t Write” Myth

[vc_row][vc_column][vc_column_text] From Non-Writer to Non-Fiction Author Kids are natural storytellers. They draw pictures with a clear narrative—even if it’s silly. Then they staple those pictures together and create books for fun. If you stand still long enough,...
How one “non-writer” became a Forbes-recommended business author

How one “non-writer” became a Forbes-recommended business author

[vc_row][vc_column][vc_column_text] Developing a One-of-a-Kind Perspective Terry Lammers grew up working in his parent’s wholesale fuel and lubricant business. Based in Pierron, Illinois—a town of about 600 people—Terry stocked shelves and drove trucks while still in...
Dismantling Writer’s Block Part 1: The Lone Genius Myth

Dismantling Writer’s Block Part 1: The Lone Genius Myth

[vc_row][vc_column][vc_column_text] Book Writers: Do You Think It’s Best to Go It Alone? Perhaps you’ve seen some variation of this scene in a movie. A man is sitting at his typewriter (why is it always a guy?), unshaven, half-drunk, and clattering away like mad....