Today, I have the pleasure of interviewing Sue Campbell. We’ll be talking about mindset, in particular the harmful stories we creative folks tell ourselves, so we can carve out the creative life we’ve always known we were meant to have.
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In this episode Sue Campbell and I discuss:
- False stories writers tell themselves about marketing and why it isn’t as scary as you think.
- How to shift your thoughts about marketing—Sue shares some exercises to help!
- Why getting hard feedback early on is actually advantageous for you later on.
Plus, her #1 tip for writers.
About Sue Campbell
As founder of Pages & Platforms, Sue Campbell is the mindset and book marketing coach writers look to when they are ready to honor their dreams, address the negative stories they’re telling themselves, and share their work with their ideal readers to maximize the impact of their words.
Sue has helped hundreds of writers, from newbies to bestsellers, transform their inhibitive mindset around marketing and realize their full potential as authors. Her clients have exponentially increased their email lists and book sales, landed articles in prestigious publications such as The New York Times, done guest spots on popular podcasts, and more.
Sue helps writers opt out of harmful stories they tell themselves and carve out the creative life they’ve always known they were meant to have.
You can find Sue on her website or follow her on Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram.
Link to Episode 394
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