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Productivity In Writing- Improve Your Skills And Write Faster

Productivity In Writing- Improve Your Skills And Write Faster

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Does writing take ages? Can’t find the time to blog? Or feel like your writing isn’t good enough?

In this session, writing coach Henneke Duistermaat teaches you the principles of joyful productivity to write faster. Learn how to get focused to boost productivity, how to chop up your writing process to overcome procrastination, and how to tweak your mindset, so you can write with more ease, confidence, and joy.

What is your major writing challenge right now? Bring your challenge to this session so Henneke can help you get out of a writing rut.


Henneke Duistermaat is an irreverent writer on a mission to stamp out gobbledygook. She helps writers and non-writers find their voice, so they can share their ideas with gusto, connect with their audience, and position themselves as experts. Henneke blogs at Enchanting Marketing---one of the most popular blogs for business writers. She’s authored two 5-star rated books on writing and teaches popular online writing courses.

Further resources:

FREE 16-Part Snackable Writing for Busy People: Learn how to write more persuasive content

Write It, Don’t Fight It: A Step-by-Step Course to Become a Prolific and Joyful Writer

How to Write Seductive Web Copy: An Easy Guide to Picking Up More Customers

Blog to Win Business: How to Enchant Readers and Woo Clients


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    Question by LeJon on 2019-07-10
  • Should I separate personal and professional topics somehow, or topics in technical space from topics in medical/health space? By platform perhaps?

    Question by Sue on 2019-07-10
  • What are some best practices for editing?

    Question by Najwana on 2019-07-10
  • What’s your best advice for scripting a story for your audience? Do you think about in in a three act format? Or is it more fluid? Thanks!

    Question by Liz on 2019-07-10
  • Do you incorporate photos you’ve taken into your articles? I would like to start a food and travel blog but I never take enough (relevant to the topics) photos to make the review/article feel like a real experience. Any advice?

    Question by Jordan on 2019-07-10
  • No question at this time.

    Question by Debbie on 2019-07-10
  • Why does it take me forever to write? I dread writing the newsletters I need to write for my org.

    Question by Trish on 2019-07-10
  • How do you get started?

    Question by Annie "Annie" on 2019-07-09
  • Tips for brevity in communication writing - internal and external clients.

    Question by Kim on 2019-07-09
  • I do not have a specific question. I want to learn how to write.

    Question by Jennifer on 2019-07-09
  • I often procrastinate starting writing long form content as it feels a bit overwhelming. What is the best way to dive in?

    Question by Amy on 2019-07-09
  • My writing consists of process documents and technical writing. How do I begin to learn creative writing?

    Question by Chantelle on 2019-07-09
  • The most frequent feedback I get is I need to make my writing more concise. What does that even mean?

    Question by corinne on 2019-07-09
  • What's the most effective way to edit my writing?

    Question by Jessica on 2019-07-09
  • Does "writer block," really exist? If so, what are some tips overcoming it.

    Question by Vanessa on 2019-07-09
  • Other than practice, how do I get more written on a topic before I run out of steam and end up with a bad partially written draft I can't finish?

    Question by Jennifer on 2019-07-09
  • How do you come up with topics to write about?

    Question by Limor on 2019-07-08
  • Writing is not one of my natural skills/interests, would love to learn how to make writing easier.

    Question by Tina on 2019-07-05
  • I'm thinking of becoming self-employed and possibly offering website creation services. I would need to create content for my own site to promote my business, and it seems like a daunting task because writing to promote myself is not one of my strongest skill. I would like to hear any advice on this type or writing.

    Question by Tatyana on 2019-07-03
  • Tips on how to not overthink your writing abilities

    Question by Melissa on 2019-07-02
  • How do I tap into my creative side so that I can write the way I think?

    Question by Shamari on 2019-07-02
  • I'm a software engineer, a person who codes on a daily basis. However, I read so many technical blogs. I've attempted to write one myself and struggled. Any advice for helping me break through this barrier that I can't write.

    Question by Shalini on 2019-06-25
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    Question by Henneke on 2019-06-11

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