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Byline 360° Revisited

On Monday, April 8th, we’ll conduct Byline 360˚ as you’ve come to know and love it. Then, we’re going to take a nap for two months. Starting Monday, May 13th, 2024, we’ll begin meeting twice a month, at 3:00 p.m. Eastern time, for three months. But this time, Byline 360˚  will be an actual workshop, with actual work to be done between sessions.

In short, we’ll talk, draft, share and discuss our drafts, then revise and refine them. Over our six sessions, we’ll figure out why we do the things we do when we write, which of those things we might do better, and which of those things define tone, style, and voice. We’ll take stock of what we’ve done and determine next steps as we go. (Inflexibility doesn’t play nice with creativity.)

The New Ground Rules

The new rules are simple but definitive:

  • You must register by Monday, May 6th.
  • Participation will be limited to the first 10 people who register. (The workshop may be repeated if there’s sufficient interest.)
  • Since we want you to be invested in the workshop, attendance is mandatory for the first two sessions.

You’ll find a full description of the workshop, the complete ground rules, and a full schedule here.

If you have any questions, please email me at mark@obriencg.com. And please remember Rule #1: If we’re not having fun, we’re doing it wrong.

Thank you for your interest in Byline 360˚.


Originally Published on https://www.bizcatalyst360.com/category/lifecolumns/notes-to-self/

Mark O'Brien Writer, Blogger

I'm the founder and principal of O'Brien Communications Group (obriencg.com) and the co-founder and President of EinSource (einsource.com). I'm a lifelong writer. My wife, Anne, and I have two married sons and four grandchildren. I'm having the time of my life.

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