Does practice really make perfect? We’ve been told that we should do our math homework, because practice makes perfect. Writers should write every day, because practice makes perfect. Illustrators should draw every day, because practice makes perfect. What if I told you that this wasn’t the case? That doing the same thing over and over doesn’t make perfect. Check out my guest post over at Oh My Handmade Goodness to see what I mean.
Today is the LAST day that you can purchase 3 of my digital programs: Inspired Blogging for Creative Entrepreneurs, 10 Critical Factors That’ll Make Your Blog a Success or a Hot Mess, and How to Write Product Descriptions that Sell.
After today, these programs won’t be available for purchase. Just so you know, Inspired Blogging for Creative Entrepreneurs is a 12-month program that I put together after years of blogging, experimenting, and learning as much as possible about blogging in the the creative niche. Not counting the years of experience, I put about 80+ into writing, making videos, uploading, putting together worksheets, and everything else that it took to put the program together. That would cost you over $12,000 if we were working together one-on-one–so it’s a great way to “work” with me without the huge price tag.