This is our time. It’s time for the writers, the scribblers, the storytellers and teachers to take out those manuscripts, those Moleskins full of ideas, and those dreams of making a living as a writer and finally bring them to fruition.
If you’ve followed me for very long, you know that I believe that the end result of our creative efforts is to become wealthy…and in this episode I will begin laying down a path to prosperity specifically for writers, or for those whose primary calling involves utilizing the written word.
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There's this bizarre story in the Old Testament where the prophet Elijah pronounced a drought over the land because of the sin of Ahab and the nation of Israel. There was only one problem…Elijah had to live in the same land as Ahab, so he was going to suffer the same consequences.
What's my point in telling this story? Well, if you think about it, the provision that Elijah received from God was the only form of wealth that was available to him in that situation and in that time.
In this episode I’m going to introduce you to a simple question that could change your life, and put forth the controversial idea that God uses money to confirm direction in our lives.
Tip of the Week
Our tip of the week is yet another photo tip. One of the things that I have not felt like I had a good handle on was backing up my photos, because really the only backup I had was through iPhoto or iCloud.
Enter Google Photos.
Google Photos is a photo sharing and storage service developed by Google. It was announced in May 2015 and spun out from Google+, the company's social network. Google Photos gives users free, unlimited storage for photos up to 16 megapixels and videos up to 1080p resolution.
It works with your iPhone and it works with Android…you just get the app from the appropriate app store and give it permission to grab your photos. Easy peasy.
Feature Presentation: “How To Become Wealthy As An Unknown Writer”
I'm giving you the roadmap to becoming a high-income writer, instead struggling as a starving artist. I started this journey a couple of weeks ago by writing a blog post entitled, “How I Work as a Million Dollar Writer” and it has taken on a life of its own.
In this episode, I cover the 5 Fundamentals of building a million-dollar Copywriting Business (this one) and some thoughts on how you can ethically copy me.
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