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5 Rules for More Profitable Memoir Writing Business

Run a Profitable Memoir-Writing Business Recently, while thinking about how to grow a business, I was jotting down some ideas about running a memoir-writing business–the what-do-I-know-now-that-I-wish-I-had-known-then sort of stuff. Here are the first five I came up with to help jumpstart my (and your) endeavor: Only our members can access the rest of this content. […]

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A Better Way to Teach Memoir Writing

People have been able to teach memoir writing from Memoir Network packages since 1996. The idea of creating packages started when people began telephoning us to ask if we could help them teach memoir writing. “I’d like to do what you do right here at home,” they’d tell us. At the time, we had no […]

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Market to Pre-Qualified Leads

How To Identify Pre-Qualified Leads If you want to succeed as a Memoir Professional, it is important to market to a pre-qualified leads (people within your potential buying pool, people who have identified themselves as wanting your product). While some individuals in a church, a club, a benevolent association, or a school may have expressed […]

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Teaching a memoir workshop leader

Become Adept In Your Genre

To create a successful workshop business of helping people to write their memoir, you must become adept with the memoir genre itself. You must learn to write better memoir yourself. Being a good fiction writer or a poet or an essayist is not enough. You must have read many memoirs and have written in the […]

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Is Business Planning an Indulgence?

Business Planning Takes Time and Effort What do you want your lifewriting business to accomplish in the next 12 months? Take some time right now and start with business planning. You don’t have time, you say. Planning is an indulgence? Think of this parable: A person is sawing a tree and is obviously harried. A […]

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