Are you overwhelmed with all you have to do as a professional author?
Marketing. Production. Writing.
Plus having time for family, friends, and (gasp!) yourself. How many times has that been put on the back burner for the sake of your career?
I know how you feel.
For years I thought the answer was managing my time better (you know, calendars, schedules, lists), working looooong days, and neglecting things like sleep and exercise.
Until it all backfired on me.
I burned out for damn near a year.
Then I found a better way.
We authors aren't necessarily built for business. Heck, most new authors don't even realize they ARE in business for the first year or two. But if you've been around awhile, you know.
Business comes with the territory, like it or not.
But there's so much else to focus on... marketing, production, writing... that we don't think about the business end. We don't have TIME to think about it. At least, I didn't.
But I found the secret. Business is the solution to so many of our problems.
People who consider themselves entrepreneurs FIRST, know (or learn) what we authors miss out on. They study business and how to run it the way we study plot points and character development.
They know the hacks we don't.
They know how to set up their business so as much as possible runs in the background.
That gives them not just a business that is a well-oiled machine, but also MORE TIME to do what they want to do.
Less time juggling 1001 things. More time writing.
Less stress and frazzled nerves. More joy in creating.
Less mistakes and dropped balls. More success.
Want a shortcut to the shortcuts?
That's what this course is all about.
Award-winning fantasy author, editor, and entrepreneur. Donna also writes romance under a pen name.