I’m just kidding. You probably don’t think that at all. You’re a pretty rad individual so I doubt you’re that self absorbed.
But you do know a lot of things. A lot of those things you know are things other people don’t know.
You should be writing about them. No, seriously. You should be writing about what you know. Educate the masses.
Or, at least educate your target audience.
There are a lot of benefits to writing what you know.
- You get it all out of your head, opening up for more information to come in.
- It’s out of the way so you can begin researching what you don’t know.
- You build authority in that niche.
- You create products you can sell.
- And more…
This was the best advice I ever received: “Write what you know.”
I wrote about it (because I know it) here: http://bit.ly/28JEg3H
What do you know that you can write about today? Reply and let me know.
Have a great weekend, and I’ll see you next week!
–Garrett Mickley, GarrettMickley.com
P.S. Do you have any questions about writing creative non-fiction? Reply to this! Seriously. This isn’t email@example.com (that’s not even a real email address). It comes straight back to my inbox. I’ll get your questions.
P.P.S. Did you know you can read old newsletters at GarrettMickley.com/newsletter?
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