I’ve spent a lot of time over the last month working on my first online course. As the final part of the process, I created some additional resources that my students could download to help them turn the theory into practice. I shared one of those downloads with one my coaching clients during a meeting last week. He loved it. I sent it to him and he’s already started using it.

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The idea behind the Writing Compass is to keep your writing on track. There are three steps to it, and, when you see it you’ll probably be astounded by its simplicity. But, forgetting the purpose of WHAT you’re writing, as well as WHO you’re writing is one of the key reasons we get frustrated and confused with our writing.

The idea is to have the following three things on a single page that you can have by your side. The three areas are –

  1. Who you’re writing for
  2. Why you’re writing 
  3. The Outline. 

If you fill out the form below, you’ll be able to download an editable PDF version of the Writing Compass. Use it for every writing blog post to keep your writing on track.

Any questions of how to make the most of it, please let me know.

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P.S. You can save 51% off the cost of the Write with Confidence online course until the 11th November. 

Published by Kev Anderson

I'm a storyteller, case study specialist and the founder of The Story Edge. I want more people to tell more stories. I write stories, teach people to do the same and generally encourage people to use storytelling in their business.

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