I’ve written more in the last 5 days than I have in the last 4-5 months! I finally finished a draft of an article I started last November and I’m cranking through a chapter that I’m going to use in my book proposal.
This is a great teleseminar! I’m recommending it to all of the members of my faculty writers group. It was so worth the money and the time. Thanks!
-Robin Lightner, Ph.D. | University of Cincinnati
Meggin thinks “outside the box.” Academics can think in “silos” and obviously does not. She grabs your attention and is motivating.
In workshops, Meggin has this spontaneous empathy with the people who are there. We could all feel it.
Meggin has a lot of experience with many of the types of issues that block productivity. I like that she was an academic in her previous history because she is aware of the process and types of work academics do, and thus can make a connection.
I feel like Meggin was talking directly to me and loved it!
Meggin creates a picture in your mind and enables you to see the possibilities. The content of the class is organized and practical. Meggin makes trying something new fun not scary!
I have managed to write everyday and have managed to push through some less than optimal circumstances to do it. I just submitted my second article to EzineArticles.com and have done more writing at work than I have in ages. In the last week I have written four short pieces for various reasons and I’m about halfway through reworking a scholarly article on my research (It’s 7000 words, so this is not a small undertaking). I won’t say it’s easy. But it is do-able. Thanks!
-Beverly Delidow, Ph.D.
Recommend this class? Absolutely! This conference helped me organize my program of research for the rest of the year.
-Carolina Webber, SC
When asked why she took the class, Laura said “I have so much in my brain that I want to get out!”
I cannot be more pleased with my progress. I am even beginning to think of myself as a “writer.”