Want to double your income, have more free time, and increase your productivity as a writer?
Being able to make money from your writing is an amazing feeling!
I'm sure we all wish that earning an income as a writer was as simple as writing something, thousands of people seeing it, and then money is deposited into your bank account.
Unfortunately, earning a good living as a writer online today isn't that simple.
When you’re first starting out as a writer, everything is smooth sailing you can focus all of your energy just on writing.
You’re having a great time, but you’re probably not earning as much as you wish you could.
Once that frustration kicks in, you look for ways to turn your passion for the written word into a business.
But once you start to make this transition, one difficult task presents itself in many different ways…
Managing your time.
Switching from a writing enthusiast to a business owner comes with a few new hats.
Just to name a few, these hats include the writing hat, the salesman hat, the accountant hat, and the admin hat…
This often stresses most people out, so if you’re experiencing the same feelings, don’t feel alone. I struggled with these problems when I was starting out.
While these waters are rough, if you learn how to navigate them you'll be on route to making more money, being able to manage your time more effectively, having more people read your work, and being able to write faster and better.
If you'd allow me, I’d like to show you how we can make this a reality for you...
I have been a writer for over 15 years and have written and self-published multiple best-selling books focused on helping writers live up to their full potential.
Not only that but I have written for/been featured on the following publications...
What I explained to you earlier, I went through myself when I started to expand my business as a non-fiction writer, columnist for Forbes and a best-selling author.
It was an exciting yet stressful time in my life, sometimes it felt like I was juggling 15 different tasks all while trying to spend time with my family and retain mental sanity.
To be honest, my family and my mental health got the short end of the stick…
Sleepless nights, no time for a social life, working hours that most people would deem as absolutely crazy...it truly was a rough period of my life.
But over time I learned multiple techniques that better allowed me to not only make more money as a writer but to run my business in a more efficient way.
Some of these lessons I learned the hard way, through trial and error. I learned other lessons from New York Times best-selling authors, seven-figure entrepreneurs, PhDs other writers who were further along the path than I was.
I discovered so many different time hacks, and if you’d allow me, I’d like to share those with you today.
Imagine if you could make not only more money as a writer but also have more time to do what you want to do…
Maybe you’d like to spend more time with your family…
What about reading that book that’s been sitting unopened by your bed for months now?
Perhaps you’d like to try at painting?
Or maybe you’d like to spend some more time improving your health at the gym...
Whatever it is that you would do with your time, I want you to know that it is possible for you to save time as a writer without having to sacrifice income.
This is exactly what I teach in my newest course The Efficient Writer.
Take a look at the outline of the material you’ll learn…
StartBalancing Writing With Running a Creative Business (6:46)
StartFinding The Right Topics to Write About (11:07)
StartHow to Write, Create and Publish On a Budget...Fast! (9:31)
StartHow to Track Your Writing Like a Pro (2:19)
StartAdvanced Dictation: Writing and Editing Thousands of Words an Hour (5:55)
In the Efficient Writer, you’ll learn…
- Learning how to balance your time amongst all of the different tasks that come with a creative business
- How to never get stuck on what to write about
- How to easily publish your work on multiple platforms that get you more readers
- If you should track word count or creative hours
- What dictation services to use so you can start working at 10X productivity
- How to effortlessly meet every deadline
- How to set goals that help you earn more money or establish more authority
- What time frame you should set your creative goals for and why
- How to take the weight of your business off your shoulders
- What rate to charge to ensure your wallet stays fat and happy
Adding these skills to your tool belt as a writer will not only make you more efficient, but it will allow you to enjoy your work more.
Implementing this information really takes the stress out of your career as a writer.
I want you to take a look at what my students from some of my previous courses have said about the material I teach...
Here's what my students have to say about the material I teach...
"I think Bryan's coaching methods deserve a special mention. Since following him through his blogs I have come to understand more about the craft of writing so much so that I am about to launch my first book. His valuable teaching methods have helped me gain insight into the world of finishing what started out as a dream but will soon become a reality. I truly recommend anyone looking for insight to follow Bryan. 'A natural born teacher of the craft of the written word."
Beth Nielsen, non-fiction author
"I applied one lesson from the course today with a new blog post. I was SHOCKED by how many changes I made for the better."
"I wanted to let you know that I completed the course and... I'm writing! I don't know what clicked inside my head, but something did after watching your videos. One tip you gave that I found extremely helpful was to start small and build my word count. Also, the analogy of throwing a type writer at the moon really hit home for me. I am, admittedly, a perfectionist, and I had gotten to where I was afraid to write anything, even something as simple as a text message, in fear of making a mistake. Now, I understand that I don't have to write the "perfect sentence because the truth is that it will never be perfect."
"When I started Bryan’s course...I had a clear objective, and a very rough concept. I learned to expect messy first drafts, to build a daily writing routine, to outline my writing and to separate my creating from my editing. I ended up with multiple partial drafts, an idea file, and one ~6000 word rough partial draft I was pretty happy with and felt comfortable sharing for a coaching call.
After the coaching call...I felt encouraged and validated... it’s going to be hard work, but at least now I understand where I need to focus my efforts. I made real, measurable progress because I took Bryan’s course and coaching call.
Not bad for 33 days!
Bryan is experienced, knowledgeable, and he cares about helping you become a better writer. This is the best step I could have taken to jump start my writing. Thank you, Bryan!"
Marsha Tufft, non-fiction author
"Bryan provided great insights and tips on the first steps to take to become a writer and the focus points to address when considering writing as a revenue generating stream and tool. He was spot on! His experience, along with the knowledge and mentoring skills were greatly appreciated.
Also and most importantly, Bryan has a strong passion for writing, teaching and helping others. He was awesome to speak with and superb in his support. Also his office provides astonishing cuatomer service. Kudos to Denise.
If you are thinking of becoming a writer full or part time, listen to Bryan, read his books and invest in Become a Writer Today."
Kelvin Peña Raymond
"I AM writing every day! Today is Day 32! For now, a humble bow and Thank You to you, and your YES to writing and publishing!!"
- Anna Corbett, non-fiction writer, Joyinliving.com
As an advanced writer, time is your number one asset.
And what this course will do is teach you how to save more time so you can make more money or, spend more time doing what you want.
Think about all of the time that is being wasted by you not following a proven system that is designed to allow you to truly live up to your full potential.
Look at The Efficient Writer as an easy blueprint to follow that will save you hundreds of hours every single month.
Just do the math, how much do you think you're worth in an hour, how much time do you think you're wasting?
I can’t say for sure, but it could be anywhere from 50-100 hours a month that you’ll save if you implement the strategies I teach in this course.
In the event that you don't like this material, or you just don't like me, I offer a hassle-free 30-day money-back guarantee on the course.
I'm going to take on all the risk for you because I want you to see how amazing this system will work for you.
And as an added bonus if you sign up today you'll get access to my e-book titled “How To Find More Readers Fast”, and you'll also get access to my “Guide To The Best Writing Apps For 2020” for FREE.
On top of all of that, you'll also get access to the following discounts…
- $20 off any Reedsy purchase which is for finding editors, proofreaders and book cover designers for your books.
- 20% off discount to Scrivener, the best tool for writing templates
- A 25% discount to the best grammar tool out there, Grammarly
- A 15% discount to any ads or social media images you create with BookBrush
Anyone who purchases the Efficient Writer, will get FREE access to my best selling book, “The Art Of Writing A Non-Fiction Book.”
This resource you'll receive for free is all you need if you want to become a successful non-fiction author that knows how to write and publish a book that readers love.
The efficient writer costs $47, this truly is nothing when you consider how much time applying the lessons in this course will save you.
I'd like to invite you to sign up today and take your efficiency as a writer to the next level, and I’d also like to ask a few questions.
A year from now you will surely arrive, the question is, where will you arrive?
Will you know how to better manage your time so you can take on more projects and earn more as a writer?
Or will you be in the same spot that you are at now, poorly managing your time and not living up to your full potential as a writer?
The choice is yours.
Get started now!
Bryan Collins is a nonfiction author, the founder and editor of Become a Writer Today and a columnist for Forbes.
He offers new writers practical advice about writing, creativity, productivity and more. His work has also appeared on Fast Company, Lifehacker and Copyblogger.
He is also passionate about helping people accomplish more at work, and when he's not writing, he's weight-lifting or running.