Master the Craft: Embrace the Art of Being Coachable

My best skill was that I was coachable. I was a sponge and aggressive to learn.

Michael Jordan

We’re creative people. By default we are (or should be) receptive to new ideas. We ought to embrace feedback and be willing to learn from it.

This is how we grow as human beings. This is how we become powerful authors whose words resonate deeply with our readers.

We may never master the craft of writing, but we will grow and improve over time when we embrace the basics: practice, learn, practice more, learn more.

If you want to become a better writer without writing a word (who doesn’t?) then embrace learning by reading widely in these five specific areas:

  • 1. Your area of expertise
  • 2. Fiction
  • 3. Non-fiction writing craft
  • 4. Personal/Self-development
  • 5. Sales

Schedule time every day to read in one of these areas, and keep those appointments.

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Your subconscious mind works all night long to turn your thoughts into reality. Like any supercomputer, it does exactly what you tell it.

When you program your mind with garbage, that’s what you get back in the morning.

So program your subconscious to work on positive self-improvement lessons so it works all night long to turn them reality in your life.

Schedule your 1-on-1 V.I.P. Intensive Workshop today so, together, we can design your complete, detailed Roadmap for Author Success and finally write and publish your book.


  • Christopher di Armani

    Empowering non-fiction authors - just like you - so you can turn your dream of writing a book into your published reality. Yes, you really can go from blank page to finished first draft to published book, with ease.

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