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The Writing Biz- Your Writing Business Plan with Nina Amir

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Streamed live on Jul 9, 2014

Taking the time to develop a plan for your writing business, will not only give you a roadmap to follow, but it also helps you to focus on the many elements that come in to play as you build your business. A good business plan incorporates the needs of your business with a vision of what you want your business to be. Some of us use a straight-forward analytic approach when writing a business plan and others use a more creative approach. My guest, +Nina Amir  will help you understand what your plan should include, why its important and how creating your plan can give you insight into yourself, as a Writerpreneur. 

We realize that creating a business plan may be something that you have been putting off but the time to get it done is now! Adding some structure to your dreams will help you reach your goals whether you are a freelance writer, a blogger or an author who would like to publish. 

Guest:
+Nina Amir , author of _*How to Blog a Book*_ and _*The Author Training Manual*_, transforms writers into inspired, successful authors, authorpreneurs and blogpreneurs. Known as the Inspiration to Creation Coach, she moves her clients from ideas to finished books as well as to careers as authors by helping them combine their passion and purpose so they create products that positively and meaningfully impact the world. A sought-after author, book, blog-to-book, and results coach, some of Nina's clients have sold 300,000+ copies of their books, landed deals with major publishing houses and created thriving businesses around their books. She writes four blogs, self-published 12 books and founded _*National Nonfiction Writing Month*_.

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