"Write Your Book Now" was a great webinar and since most of the attendees stayed online for the extended questions, I believe we can safely say it was a success!
-- Kim West, Institute of Management Consultants, USA

Lynda, you are the best friend a writer ever had. Thank you for your skilled guidance. I truly could not have [written this book] without you!
-- John D. Hughes, author, Haunting the CEO: A tale of true leadership in an era of IT failure"

You are an engaging and inspiring speaker. What impressed us so much is your ability to connect with the group as a whole and at the same time create authentic communication with individual participants. This is a special gift – the art of making a room full of relative strangers feel safe and comfortable while you explore what it truly means to understand ourselves more fully and empower our lives. Our members have been flooding my inbox with notes of gratitude for their evening.
-- Christie Jordan, Stanford Women's Club, Orinda, Calif.

Lynda is a catalyst for new and experienced writers, and she inspired me to resurrect a long-lost love for writing. Her book ‘Words at Work’ is a wonderful recounting of her own journey to become the excellent writer and coach that she is today.
-- David Gustafson, Potential Plus Consulting, North Bay, Calif.

Your guidance and suggestions challenged me to clarify my thinking about what I was saying. In addition, you created fresh sizzle and punch by merely changing a couple of key words. Amazing! Most important, though, is that your writing coaching and encouraging words boosted my enthusiasm for my writing and helped me far, far beyond what I could ever pay you.
-- William Rieben, CPA, Seattle, Wash.

I couldn’t stop marveling over you and your storytelling presentation. I thought that it was superb – the content and delivery were perfect. Thank you for providing all of us with such an enriching and enjoyable evening.
-- John Andrews, Grateful Survivor and Health Care Advocate, San Carlos, Calif.

Lynda, I love these materials very much. Recently, my boss assigned me a task—writing tax updates to colleagues. And I was stuck. My remedy: apply some techniques in your books. Guess what’s the result? My boss said: “I like the way you write!” So, I thank you for sharing ways to write faster, stronger, and better, which will get readers reading what we write.
-- Chen Choo Pin, Crowe Horwath, Malaysia

Lynda is a terrific writing coach and workshop leader. Her webinar series is packed with easy-to-implement tips, tools and techniques drawn from her deep experience, and complemented by her warm and engaging style. The proof is in the outcomes: more engaging and memorable communications.
-- Michaela Hayes, Hayes Marketing & Communications, San Francisco Bay Area, Calif.

Thanks for your thoughtful presentation. I learned a lot and got inspired – two good things. Thanks also for your willingness to point me in a productive direction re: how to market my book.
-- Michael Fraidenburg, author and speaker, Olympia, Wash.

I signed up with you because I love (and trust) your trust of the subconscious and its role in creativity. I knew I wanted to work with you based both on the depth of both your experience, as well as your philosophic approach. … Such great advice! THANK YOU!
-- Guila Muir, Trainer and Training Consultant, Seattle, Wash.



Books By Lynda McDaniel:


Words at Work

 


Lynda McDaniel

Areas of Expertise:

Business Coaching
Marketing
 






Lynda McDaniel loves coaching and training people to write more powerfully (so they get the results they want!). She brings a 25-year writing career to her coaching and training, with more than 1,000 articles for major publications and a dozen books to her credit.

She says her favorite book, award-winning Words at Work, came right from her heart
sharing personal stories, insider information, and practical writing tips to help writers increase their confidence and results. Lynda has worked with hundreds of executives and employees at Microsoft, Boeing, Citibank, Visa, Del Monte, University of Washington, and YMCA, among others, to write powerful reports, proposals, articles, blogs, and books.

Lynda, you are the best friend a writer ever had. Thank you for your
skilled guidance. I truly could not have [written this book] without you!
– John D. Hughes, author, Haunting the CEO.


In 2011 Lynda co-founded
The Book Catalysts with longtime colleague Virginia McCullough to show speakers, trainers, consultants, and health-care professionals how to turn their expertise into books. Today books are the 21st-century calling card, so the question is no longer "Should I write a book?" but rather "I need to write a book, but how can I fit it into my hectic schedule?" The Book Catalysts have helped clients who’ve signed deals with McGraw-Hill, Warner Books, and Simon Schuster, to name a few. Their clients have appeared on Oprah, CNN, National Public Radio, Dateline, 20-20, The Discovery Channel, Good Morning America, and The Today Show.

The word “catalyst” is defined as “a person or thing that precipitates a change.” And that’s what The Book Catalysts do. Clients learn how to stop those limiting thoughts (writers can be so mean to themselves!) so they keep moving forward toward their goals. Without a coach or catalyst, they might just daydream about writing a book. Or as is more often the case, they might lose confidence or write slowly and lose their passion. And that’s when the unfinished manuscript gets shoved into the desk drawer and begins to gather dust.

The Book Catalysts have “precipitated change” in 100+ clients, helping them take that next step and the next—until they become the published writer they’ve always wanted to be.

Want some writing kick-start tips right now? Listen to their interview on Entrepreneur Podcast Network and learn how to kick-start your book!

 

Thanks to you and Virginia! ['Write Your Book Now'] was a great webinar
and since most of the attendees stayed online for the extended
questions, I believe we can safely say it was a success!

—Kim West, Institute of Management Consultants

 


Lynda McDaniel loves coaching and training people to write more powerfully (so they get the results they want!). She brings a 25-year writing career to her coaching and training, with more than 1,000 articles for major publications and a dozen books to her credit.

She says her favorite book, award-winning Words at Work, came right from her heart
sharing personal stories, insider information, and practical writing tips to help writers increase their confidence and results. Lynda has worked with hundreds of executives and employees at Microsoft, Boeing, Citibank, Visa, Del Monte, University of Washington, and YMCA, among others, to write powerful reports, proposals, articles, blogs, and books.

Lynda, you are the best friend a writer ever had. Thank you for your
skilled guidance. I truly could not have [written this book] without you!
– John D. Hughes, author, Haunting the CEO.


In 2011 Lynda co-founded
The Book Catalysts with longtime colleague Virginia McCullough to show speakers, trainers, consultants, and health-care professionals how to turn their expertise into books. Today books are the 21st-century calling card, so the question is no longer "Should I write a book?" but rather "I need to write a book, but how can I fit it into my hectic schedule?" The Book Catalysts have helped clients who’ve signed deals with McGraw-Hill, Warner Books, and Simon Schuster, to name a few. Their clients have appeared on Oprah, CNN, National Public Radio, Dateline, 20-20, The Discovery Channel, Good Morning America, and The Today Show.

The word “catalyst” is defined as “a person or thing that precipitates a change.” And that’s what The Book Catalysts do. Clients learn how to stop those limiting thoughts (writers can be so mean to themselves!) so they keep moving forward toward their goals. Without a coach or catalyst, they might just daydream about writing a book. Or as is more often the case, they might lose confidence or write slowly and lose their passion. And that’s when the unfinished manuscript gets shoved into the desk drawer and begins to gather dust.

The Book Catalysts have “precipitated change” in 100+ clients, helping them take that next step and the next—until they become the published writer they’ve always wanted to be.

Want some writing kick-start tips right now? Listen to their interview on Entrepreneur Podcast Network and learn how to kick-start your book!

 

Thanks to you and Virginia! ['Write Your Book Now'] was a great webinar
and since most of the attendees stayed online for the extended
questions, I believe we can safely say it was a success!

—Kim West, Institute of Management Consultants

 

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