Jeff Goins from goinswriter.com shares what it takes to not just be a writer or some who put words on the web, but how to be an effective writer.
The reason I invited him on the show is because his writings are extremely effective and have moved me and I study copywriting and blogging etc. So I thought it would be great and “effective” to have Jeff on the show to share with us how he does it.
Jeff writings are great, but he teaches us the how to’s which most great writers don’t do. This was a great interview jam packed with great how to’s and wisdom to take your writing and business to the next level.
About Jeff Goins
Jeff is a full-time author, blogger, and speaker. He frequently speaks and writes about how to make a difference in the world through our words and actions. You can follow him online at goinswriter.com.
Jeff’s blog, GoinsWriter.com, is one of the fastest-growing blogs on the web and a well-respected resource for writers, artists, and entrepreneurs. In 2011 and 2012, it won the Top 10 Blogs for Writers award on WritetoDone.com. Each month, he receives over 100,000 visitors to his website.
Jeff’s work has been published online and offline in a variety of publications, including RELEVANT Magazine, Copyblogger.com, and ZenHabits.net (voted one of Time Magazine’s Top 50 Websites). His forthcoming work, The In-Between, is a memoir about the lessons we learn while waiting.
Jeff and his wife, Ashley, live just outside of Nashville, TN with their son and dog.
Tribewriters – Jeff’s 8 week course
We’re an “instant gratification” generation, but the trouble is, most change happens gradually.
Most of us spend our lives searching and longing for something more than what’s in front of us.
Whether it’s traveling abroad or chasing cheap (or expensive) thrills, we’re all looking for something to satisfy our restlessness. And, so often, we’re looking in the wrong place.
In The In-Between, Jeff Goins calls us to accept the importance waiting plays in our lives and to embrace the lessons it has to offer.
Wrecked is a book about the life we’re afraid to live—one full of radical sacrifice and selfless service. It’s a look at how we discover fulfillment in the least likely of places.
This is a guide to growing up and learning to live in the tension between the next adventure and our daily commitments.