Discover Writer’s Block Busters that Help You Write Your Book in a Flash!

As a book coach, the most frequently asked question I receive is:

“How can I defeat writer’s block?”

I’ve heard every excuse you can think of.

That also means I have the answers that will finally get you over that hurdle.

Just sign up for my webinar on “Busting Writer’s Block”.

Here are more reasons why:

  • If you don’t have enough time to write your book – this is how you make progress every single day…
  • If you don’t have enough ideas for your book – this is how you fill chapters and pages with your brilliance…
  • If you don’t have good spelling or grammar skills – this is how you develop a manuscript your readers can easily follow and thoroughly enjoy…
  • If you can’t focus – this is how you move forward and get your book done…
  • If you get distracted easily – this is how you immerse yourself in your content and get your writing done…

…what you will discover today could make the key difference.

PLUS, you will have the opportunity to ask your #1 question on this topic and get a personalized answer from me personally!

As a registered attendee, you’ll get the limited-time replay, too!

Who else does THAT?

See you then!

To Your Success,


P.S. Space truly is limited on this one, so act fast.

Also, it happens in just two days, and that will fly by.

Take this step now while it’s fresh on your mind:



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About the Author:

Dan Janal has written over a dozen landmark books, including 6 for John Wiley & Sons, that have been translated into 6 languages. He is an inspiring business keynote speaker who helps entrepreneurs realize their dreams of creating a successful business, leading a balanced life, and achieving financial freedom. You will also find him frequently on webinars, podcasts, and radio shows. he's probably the only person who created 8 different businesses that make $100,000 a year by using 8 different business models. He has spoken on marketing topics and futurism in six countries and four continents and has taught at Berkeley and Stanford. He's one of the most creative, problem-solving persons you’ve ever encountered.

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