6 Reasons This is The Best Time To Join Tribe Writers

You know you want a book — jump!

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I thought my heart would stop beating.

Mrs. Wucher just told our sophomore class we’ll be jumping off the deep end of the pool today. My stomach tied in knots and yet, I did it and lived.

And that’s exactly how it felt the first time I hit the submit button in Tribe Writers.

Stay with me. I’m going to give you 6 reasons why this is the best time to join Tribe Writers.

1) Tools

We weren’t expected to just jump off the deep end without knowing what would happen. We were prepared for the jump.

I had been writing for years. My poetry had been in gift stores in this country as well as around the world. But I had yet to write a book. Something I could hold in my hand with my name on it.

I had published articles, and my work was being read. But I needed more; I wanted more.

Tribe Writers provided me with the right tools to get the job done. Jeff Goins had researched this whole topic. Not only did he have great lessons, but it was interwoven with videos and interviews. It was really so jam-packed and all mine.

I learned how to identify my voice, how to clarify who my tribe was. I learned how to write the scary stuff. There was so much information in that course that was helpful, that still is helpful. Tribe Writers gave me tools I needed to get the job done. But that’s not all.

2) Community

As I stood on the edge of the swimming pool, I looked to the left and right of me. I was not alone. There were others who were right along with me.

Tribe Writers is a community of writers. And many of them were as scared as I was. But they wanted to reach the world with a story that was burning inside of them. They had a message and it wasn’t enough that it sat on their computer.

The community is one of the biggest reasons you need to join Tribe Writers. You will get the tools you need, and learn how to use them. But you will have a team of people who will be rooting for you each step of the way. A team that will cheer for you with each victory, and will be there to help each time you get scared. Yes, the Community is the best reason of all to join Tribe Writers.

When life happened while I was a Tribe Writer, difficult heart-breaking life. I had built friendships I still have. Community makes all the difference in the world. But not just for how they were there for me when things got tough. They were there for something else.

3) Accountability

As much as I wanted to just let my toes grip the edge of the pool forever, I needed to hear the words, “Now, jump.” There wasn’t one of us who was allowed to just remain outside the water.

My teacher held me accountable that day.

Tribe Writers is a course with clear directions of what you need to do to accomplish your goals. There are assignments you’ll complete, and other Tribe Writers you can share with. You’ll be posting your work and getting feedback from fellow writers.

We come up with all sorts of things we want to accomplish in life. But when we’re serious, we look for places to do it, where there is accountability. Otherwise, we’re just dreaming.

4) Encouragement

There in the pool ahead of us was the first group of girls who had not only jumped but popped right back up. We saw it was possible and they were the reason we could go ahead and step off.

In Tribe Writers, I could not believe the encouragement that was so freely given. People told me my stories resonated with them. They told me I could do it when I started doubting myself. Yes, writing seems like a solo operation, but it doesn’t have to be. 
 Why wonder if your writing is good? Take a risk and put it out there so you’ll know if it is or not. And if it needs work, you can find out how to do that as well.

5) Success

I did it! I jumped off the deep end, but not only that, I learned how to swim in that class. Something that would never have happened if I didn’t try.

As far as Tribe Writers. I didn’t just write one book. I wrote 14 books.

Photograph courtesy of Jessica Peterson

I didn’t go through the course just one time, I chose to go through it a few times. And the friendships I’ve made, the camaraderie itself, has been worth it.

I just attended Tribe Conference 2017. You can read about that here. It was a blast. And I got to not only hear fantastic speakers, I got to meet Jeff Goins, the creator of Tribe Writers. I got to give this guy a hug for being responsible for my success. And do you know what he said?

He said, “It was in you, Anne. It just needed to come out. And it was great to be part of that process.”

And now, you will have that same opportunity.

6) Tribe Writers registration is opening…

The day to jump was upon us in that swim class. All we had to do was show up and we were in, literally.

So why is this the best time to join Tribe Writers? The past is the past, and we can’t do anything about that. But the future is still ours.

You have a chance to take that dream of becoming a published author and make it a reality. You don’t have to talk about it anymore, you can do it.

Sometimes when we share our dreams with others they don’t take us seriously. Joining Tribe Writers showed I was serious. I jumped in completely.

With Tribe Writers, you’ll get the tools you need, you’ll have accountability, you’ll be part of a community of caring people. You’ll get encouragement, and experience success, and it all starts with registering.

But first, check out this video and get a taste of how it will be.

It really is up to you. It’s your choice.

But as for me? Being a Tribe Writer was one of the best decisions I’ve ever made.

Why don’t you jump in? Holding your own book in your hands may be closer than you think.

Note: I am a Tribe Writer affiliate.

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