Why You Need A Creative Writing Course

creativewritingDon’t think of it as going back to the beginning. Look at it from the perspective of jogging your mind and keeping your thought processes active, sharp and in motion, like exercising your mind. We are all aware of how exercise benefits the body in more ways than one, creative writing provides a workout for your mind.

 

Exercising the mind will improve your life in so many other ways too. It doesn’t really matter if the creative writing process subject is relevant to your story, your blog or whatever you write, it’s a matter of keeping your brain active and many times working your brain on different topics will sometimes open up the flood gates to new ideas and story lines that is relevant to your “niche.”

 

Even those who are not pursuing a writing career but work at a job that requires problem solving, a creative writing course will be of great benefit to you. Creating new many times gives way to solving old problems that maybe you have hit a wall with.

 

If you are a writer or want to be a writer, a creative writing course will provide new learning experiences about writing and how not to let “writer’s block” become a hurdle and cause you to stare endlessly at a blank screen or blank piece of paper.

 

Even technical writers and journalists can gain from the exercises involved when you take a creative writing course. You will be able to create better story lines or plots and different views on articles that may take you in different directions you’ve never thought of before.

 

Expanding your mind will help expand your career and you may realize you would like to take your writing in a different direction. There are so many possibilities and options to a writer.

 

Look for creative writing courses online or in your local community. Some community colleges offer courses like this with nominal fees and they will not take a lot of time but will encourage your writing, whether its for your business or just a hobby.

 

When looking for a creative writing course online, be sure to do your research and talk with people who have already taken the course.

 

Whether you are doing this for business or a hobby, you don’t want to waste your money or time on a useless course.

 

Udemy (Non Aff.) has quite a few creative writing courses available that run from anywhere from $20.00 to $50.00. I have not personally taken any of these courses, so please do your research before you pay for anything.

 

Taking an online course will probably also work better for you in terms of time management if you have other things going on in your life.

 

Most of the time, the online courses can be taken at your own pace and during the hours that are most convenient for you.

 

I have also joined with Alice Seba and Ron Douglas in their new venture for writers called; Writer Help Wanted (Aff.)

If you are a writer and looking for paying writing positions, then don’t hesitate to sign up with Alice and Ron. I don’t think I’ve ever seen such a great list of places that you can find writing jobs that are on topics that you are interested in. It’s not a matter of “take it or leave it.” Spend some time looking through the posts and find what interests you because the more passion and interest you have for a writing gig, the better you will write a piece that both you and the client will be proud of.

 

And if the content already offered is not enough, you can get to the “The Elite Writer’s Lab” (Aff.) membership for $1.00 for 10 days and if you decide to stay, you will be billed $27.00 per month after the 10 days.

See what “The Elite Writer’s Lab” (Aff.) offers:

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