Jan 19, 2022
Have you thought about writing a book?
Do you have a lot of podcast episodes you’ve thought about turning into a book?
Then this episode and conversation with Lynn Smargis are for you.
-How to write your show notes.
-Create a Mindmaps or an Outline.
-Capture your thoughts as it happens. Save your content on the fly.
-Use Descript.com to transcribe your audio.
-Use Apple’s “Voice to Text.”
-“I don’t have time to write.”
-Everyone starts at a different level.
-The “ritual factor” and giving yourself a reward.
-Block out a “peak time” during the day and write.
-You can start by writing just 5 minutes a day.
Sidebar: John HIGHLY suggests reading/implementing Atomic Habits by James Clear.
-Have a space that’s special, quiet, a workspace to write at.
-What is gluten?
-What are the foods to avoid gluten?
Share Your Story with The World at IngramSpark.com
Lynn’s Podcast: TravelGlutenFreePodcast.com
Lynn’s book: The Guide to Travelling Gluten Free
The best Gluten Free APP: The Find Me Gluten Free app
WriteForyou.me Content That Connects.
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