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March 31, 2010


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Hi Eldon,

Small is beautiful! As a busy writer, I knew you didn't want a tome to work through as you learn to make more time to write. Your comment tells me I might've struck a balance between "thorough" and "concise." Really appreciate your feedback, wish you much luck with your future writing goals and look forward to recoaching you every time you refer back to these lessons.

Coach Marla

Hi Christie,

Happy to hear that my free ecourse has helped you get more clear and motivated to reach your writing goals. Thanks so much for your feedback about my free ecourse! Hope you'll come back & keep us posted about your writing -- and fitness -- successes. :)


Thanks for taking the time to put this course together. I liked how it was short, yet it had a lot of valuable tips and guidelines that if put to use can really help one with their writing abilities. I look forward to looking it all over again as I put them all in a file to glean from as needed.

I am looking forward to your upcoming e-book. I am going to apply this to my fitness life, too. The two most helpful sessions were #2 and #5. I am trying to find balance in my life, and balance within my writing life, too. I am trying to find ways to focus in my writing, too. I need to make specific goals, a writing schedule, and have fun with it. I can already tell I'm making lots of progress. Thanks! I would recommend your e-course to anyone!

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