Deborah Ager on Creative Writing, Personable Content, Solving Writing Problems, Nature Walks

The Nishant Garg Show

Deborah Ager is a writing teacher to more than 1,000 and a marketer who has generated $104M+ in revenue. She specializes in helping business professionals figure out what content to create and exactly how to say it in order to connect with clients. Her clients say her copy-writing and marketing experience helps them avoid common pitfalls, making it faster and easier for them to inspire and educate their audiences. Her own writing has appeared in The Week, Narratively, The Tablet, Greatist—and in texts by Oxford University Press and Bloomsbury Publishers. She founded the international 32 Poems Magazine, and it’s carried in libraries at Harvard, Yale, Brown, and others. Grab her Anti-Template Writing Guide here: www.RadiantMediaLabs.com/writingguide

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Some of the questions I ask:

  • How did you become a writing coach?
  • How can we put my ideas into writing? How can we get it started from?
  • Do I have to add my personal story all the time?
  • Distinction between personal story and personable?
  • LinkedIn is becoming a new Facebook. A lot of personal stories are coming up these days. What do you think about that?
  • and much more!

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