You have gifts to share with the world and my job is to help you get them out there.read more
Too many dreams, too little time?
For my MarieTV guest today, “multipassionate” is an understatement.
Tina Wells started her first marketing company at age 16… accidentally. In college, she pitched enormous clients like Apple, Kroger, and The Oprah Winfrey Network and landed them! Then, while running Buzz Marketing Group, she wrote and published six books in three years — on the side — and has twelve more on the way.
How does she write and create so consistently? And, more importantly, how can you? The good news is that Tina isn’t a robot, superhero, or savante. The key to becoming a successful and prolific creator is not talent. In fact, it’s so ordinary, it’s often overlooked:
“Whatever it is that you want to do, you need a system.”
Because it’s your process, not your talent, that leads to extraordinary results. In today’s episode, Tina breaks down her own creative system. You’ll get the writing process and prompts that helped her create her best-selling tween fiction series, Mackenzie Blue and The Zee Files, and her upcoming middle grade book series, Honest June.We all have within us an ability to be creative, we just have to unlock it. @tinacwells Click To Tweet
If you want to learn how to follow your heart and accomplish your most ambitious dreams, pay close attention to Tina’s story.
You’ll also learn:
- How Tina became an “accidental entrepreneur” at age 16.
- Where she got the confidence to pitch Apple & The Oprah Winfrey Network.
- How to take 6 months off without losing momentum.
- The career-defining question that sparked three best-selling book series.
- The writing advice that helped Tina write six books in three years.
- How to make time to write — even if you run a business or have a family.
- How to trust your gut for life’s big decisions.
- Why every successful writer needs a system. (Plus Tina’s go-to writing prompts!)
Watch now to learn the prompts and processes that’ll help you finally bring your writing out of your head and onto the page
Now, it’s time to turn your insight into action.
In the comments below, tell me: Do you follow a system or process to unlock your creativity? And if not, what’s one insight you can use from this episode to start one today?
To use my own proven writing system, check out The Copy Cure to see if it’s right for you. This course has already helped thousands of writers and entrepreneurs (including Tina!) breathe new life into their copy and new sales into their businesses. Enrollment closes tomorrow, so get in while you can!
Whether it’s my system or another, promise me that you will learn the skill of copywriting. You can do this. I believe in you. It is a 100% learnable skill. Because I deeply, truly believe it when I say:
The world really does need that very special gift that only you have.