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The Secret Behind Writing About Personal Development with Darius Foroux

July 30, 2020
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The Secret Behind Writing About Personal Development with Darius Foroux
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The Secret Behind Writing About Personal Development with Darius Foroux
Jul 30, 2020

Personal development is a huge topic online today, particularly on platforms like Medium. 

Although it’s a topic most people have an opinion about, it’s quite hard to stand out.

Unless your name is Darius Foroux.

Living in the Netherlands, he’s one of Medium’s top writers covering topics like wealth, buildings, habits and decision-making. He’s also an author and instructor, selling popular online courses about writing, careers and more via his website.

In this interview, Darius explains:

How he managed to write 7 books in six years

  • Why he focuses on one project at a time
  • How he grew his blog into one of top personal development websites online
  • His process for researching, writing and publishing non-fiction articles
  • What he does when readers suggest editorial changes (including trolls)

And lots more

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Show Notes

Personal development is a huge topic online today, particularly on platforms like Medium. 

Although it’s a topic most people have an opinion about, it’s quite hard to stand out.

Unless your name is Darius Foroux.

Living in the Netherlands, he’s one of Medium’s top writers covering topics like wealth, buildings, habits and decision-making. He’s also an author and instructor, selling popular online courses about writing, careers and more via his website.

In this interview, Darius explains:

How he managed to write 7 books in six years

  • Why he focuses on one project at a time
  • How he grew his blog into one of top personal development websites online
  • His process for researching, writing and publishing non-fiction articles
  • What he does when readers suggest editorial changes (including trolls)

And lots more

If you enjoyed this podcast episode, please leave a rating on the iTunes Store.

Resources

Ulysses

Like the show? Please, leave a short review or rating wherever you're listening to it.


Attention Writers!
What's the best grammar checker of 2020? Find out in this review and claim a discount.

Support the show (https://becomeawritertoday.com/join)