028: How to write 1,000 words per day (featuring Charles Bordet).

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People always ask me how/where I find guests to interview on my podcast and although the answer isn't that simple, I can tell you this: I tend to reach out to people who I look up to as an authority in a particular niche and invite them on the show to chat and pick their brain for a little while. 

I ask them all my questions, learn a bunch, record the conversation, and then share it with you guys. 

And, that's precisely what I did this week.

I've been struggling with writing a lot of content (blog posts, magazine articles, etc) and I just find that the entire writing process takes me WAY longer than it should. 

So, I invited my friend Charles Bordet on the show because he's the guy I look up to when it comes to writing frequently, writing consistently, and including the act of writing into a daily routine. 

I asked him everything I wanted to know about writing 1,000 words per day and he answered all my questions. 

And, the best part of all this is that Charles isn't an author, nor was he a former english major who was trained to be a writer...Charles didn't even go to an English school and up until 2 years ago, he didn't even speak a word of English. 

Yet, today he writes 1,000 words per day and his epic blog posts get featured in some pretty impressive places. 

“Everything that you do in your business always starts with writing.” 

I really loved this interview because when Charles first started, he struggled to write just like all of us do.

He dealt with writers blog, struggled to write consistently, and built up a lot of frustration throughout the entire writing process.
 

“At the beginning, everyone is bad at writing.”
 

But, he worked through it and now teaches other people how to do the same. 

Can you imagine how much content you could publish if you were able to write 1,000 words per day, or 5,000 words per week, or 260,000 words per year?

You can finally start publishing content that gets your audience's attention on your own website, or even get noticed by other major publication and guest-post on other websites to bring more traffic, more subscribers, and eventually more money to your business.

 

“The most important part in the beginning is to get consistent”

So, if you want to learn exactly how Charles writes 1,000 words per day while having a full time job, while exercising daily, cooking for himself, and living a "busy" life just like we all do, make sure you listen to this episode all the way until the end. 


More specifically, on this episode of the Unleash Yourself podcast, you’ll learn:

  • Why you need to get out of your comfort zone if you want to become a top performer. 

  • How to create good habits that will lead you to getting better results faster.

  • How to go from an average writer to being able to produce high quality content that elevates your blog and gets your audience's attention.

  • How to find mental clarity by writing and how self-reflection through journaling opens so many doors for you in every aspect of your life. 

  • How to overcome the fear of not having enough content to write about and how to create added value by bring something new to a topic, by simply changing the angle you take in your writing.

  • When is the best time to write to get the best results.

  • How to write 1,000 words per day and how to leverage your new skill. 

  • And much, much more!


Want more of Charles? Check out these links:

Charle's website: Become a top performer.


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