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Dec 21, 2015

How Bestselling Author Jeff Goins Writes: Part Two

The bestselling author of The Art of Work: A Proven Path to Discovering What You Were Meant to Do — Jeff Goins — stopped by for a marathon return to The Writer Files to cap off 2015.

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His popular blog — Goinswriter.com — offers free tips on writing and creativity to help writers build an audience, get attention, and learn what it takes to turn pro.

In addition to being an entrepreneur, speaker, consultant, and author of four books, Jeff hosts The Portfolio Life podcast where he shares ideas to help listeners pursue work that matters and discover their true voice.

Join us for this two-part interview. If you missed the first half you can find it here: How Bestselling Author Jeff Goins Writes: Part One.

REMINDER: The Writer Files will be taking the last week of the year off but will return with new guests in January.

Season Three writer interviews include: Emma Donoghue (bestselling author and Golden Globe nominated screenwriter of Room), Adam Skolnick (award-winning journalist and author of One Breath), NYTimes bestselling author and New Yorker columnist Maria Konnikova, horror writer Jonathan Janz, bestselling thriller author Mark Dawson, and celebrity poet Tyler Knott Gregson, to name a few.

In Part Two of the file Jeff Goins and I discuss:

  • Why Your Best Ideas Are Worthless Until You Act on Them
  • The Spirituality of Writing
  • Why You Can’t Wait for the Muse to Inspire You
  • How Hemingway Got Famous from Stealing
  • Great Writing Advice for the New Year

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