If you’ve been writing for any length of time, it’s likely that you have a wealth of information that you can share with the world. I had a professor in college who used to always give us random tidbits to place in our “cesspool of knowledge.”
All the research you’ve done and your life experiences have a value out there in the marketplace. You can either sell this knowledge or give it away but whatever you do, don’t hold it. The next generation of writers will be forever grateful that you shared the wealth. Here are but a few ways you can share what you know.
If you are so inclined, you can even blog or use your Facebook page and Twitter account to give good advice and information to your followers. There are many gurus who can teach you how to package and sell your information. Once you reach a certain level, people will pay good money to find out what you know. However, I’ve found that in the beginning, it’s easier to give it away, and pay it forward. None of us has gotten where we are by ourselves. So find ways to give back to others and you’ll see it pay off for you in big ways and small ways.
Until Next Time,
Nicole D.P. McLaughlin