Writers' Rough Drafts - Episode #6 With Kate Erickson - Craft Your Content
Kate Erickson

Writers’ Rough Drafts – Episode #6 With Kate Erickson

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Kate Erickson is the Content Creator and Community Leader over at Entrepreneur On Fire, a top-ranked daily business podcast featuring inspiring interviews with the most successful entrepreneurs of our time. She takes charge of creating insightful blogs on the site, as well as leading the Podcasters’ Paradise, a growing mastermind community with the aim to provide podcasters and podcasters-in-the-making with the necessary tools and resources they need in creating and growing their business. She is also the host of Kate’s Take, a podcast where she shares tips and advice on how to become a successful entrepreneur.

This Week’s Guest: Kate Erickson

What You’ll Learn About Writing This Week:

  • How Kate transitioned from the world of corporate advertising to being the content creator and community leader for Entrepreneur on Fire.
  • Kate’s daily routine during her early days at Entrepreneur on Fire
  • How to get past the fear of having your writing judged and rejected by others
  • How Kate manages to still produce quality content while running a seven-figure business

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About the Author Elisa Doucette

Elisa Doucette is a freelance writer and editor who currently travels the world looking for great stories to live, interesting tales to share, and new ways to make words sexy. She has worked for over a decade creating compelling content and writing for various businesses and publications, including her popular column on Forbes called Shattering Glass. She is the Founder and Executive Editor here at Craft Your Content.

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2 comments
Soren says October 8, 2014

Interesting episode. I am definitely guilty of hiding behind “inexpressive” how-to posts instead of putting myself and my personal experiences out there.

    Elisa Doucette says October 11, 2014

    It’s tough cause the how-to posts often get the most public traction so we see the greatest immediate return. Makes you feel like you are doing something right. The personal experiences and narratives are often the more evergreen content, but it’s harder to see the return at the time. Let me know how it goes!

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