Organise, Find and Plan: Family History Writing Challenge Prep Course
Every year thousands of you join in on the Family History Writing Challenge during the month of February. We dedicate the month to writing our family history stories. But each year I hear about those of you who don’t complete your stories or are overwhelmed and so many who just don’t know where to begin. I’ve designed this prep course to help you meet with success. From getting yourself organised, enlisting the help of writer’s tools, to finding your story and plotting out that story in advance to getting into a writer’s mindset, this class is designed to help you spend some time upfront so that you can see your results by the end of February. This class will give you all the tools to develop a working plan so that you’ll know exactly what you need to write each day. Success is met when we have a goal and plan to meet that goal. This course will teach you how to develop a writing goal for a story and create a plan to meet that goal.
For 8 weeks you’ll receive downloadable information in the form of articles, videos and handouts to help you organise yourself, find your story and develop a plan for writing during the challenge. Don’t go into another writing challenge without a plan. We can help you meet your goals with our prep course. More importantly, you’ll continue to use these tools throughout the year to develop practical and achievable plans to writing your family history stories.
What you’ll learn:
- How to organise yourself and your research and creat a workflow to be an efficient writer
- How to Find Your story – Choosing Ancestor and Plotting that Ancestor’s Story
- Learn about Writer’s Tools that Make Writing Efficient and Productive
- How to mMap Out Your 4 Weeks of Writing
- How to Develop a Writer’s Mindset
Don’t go into another writing challenge without a goal and a plan. We can help you achieve both with our Family History Writing Challenge Prep Course. More importantly, you’ll continue to use these tools throughout the year every time you want to write a story. Learn to develop practical and achievable goals and plans to write your family history stories.