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Author: Diana Wink

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Hey, I'm Diana and this is Story Artist, a show that will not only help you tell stories that will change the world, but also create a lifestyle around those stories that is sustainable, creative and fulfilling. Let's be artists who impact society by both their work and their lifestyle. Ready to start the adventure of your lifetime?
57 Episodes
Everything around us changes. Is there any security to be found? How can we deal with the constant changes life throws at us? Here's something that might change your perspective...   ❤️ [SUBSCRIBE]:  🎁 [FREE BOOK] My guide to content creation - Storyteller's Blueprint - is FREE on my website. Download it here:
In today's show, we will talk about how to build a following online – the three essentials of an online following and platform, how to define a platform, email marketing, and all the mistakes you can make with email marketing. We will talk about blogging, Google, SEO, YouTube, and also Chris Nolan and Sylvester Stallone.    Here's where you can find David and more of his resources:     ❤️ [SUBSCRIBE]:   🎁 [FREE BOOK] My guide to content creation - Storyteller's Blueprint - is FREE on my website. Download it here:
It's never been as hard as today to be content creator. The noise is overwhelming. The internet overflows with content as more voices emerge and content creating A.I. becomes better and better.    How can you stand out? How can you find a tribe, make real change and sustain your creativity?    You have a power at your hands that is dangerously strong, if you know how to use it. 🎁 [FREE BOOK] My guide to content creation - Storyteller's Blueprint - is FREE on my website. Download it here:
In today's episode, we will talk to Joanna Penn about balancing business and creativity and why, if you want to make a living doing your art and doing your creativity, you cannot have one without the other. Your biggest takeaway will probably be an amazing mindset change and tools that can help you run a successful creative business online. Let's dive in.    Joanna's course "Business for Authors":   Joanna's Website:   Joanna's Fiction: Get your freebie here: My dystopian fiction:
How to stay motivated

How to stay motivated


You know how you want to go to the gym or make this healthy food choice instead of snacking or write this book? But you just can't seem to be motivated enough. Well, there is a solution where you can be motivated every single minute and second of the day. And I will reveal it to you in this episode. 
Blake Crouch is a bestselling novelist and screenwriter. He is the author of the novel, Dark Matter, for which he is writing the screenplay for Sony Pictures. His international-bestselling Wayward Pines trilogy was adapted into a television series for FOX, executive produced by M. Night Shyamalan. Crouch also created Good Behavior, the TNT television show. He has written more than a dozen novels that have been translated into over thirty languages. ---------- Get you FREE Storyteller's Blueprint and Video Course on  --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast.
Tools can improve your writing, but they can also keep you from it.  All about the seven best writing tools in this episode.   Here are the tools I mention:    #1 – Spotify:   #2 – Blinkist: #3 – Milanote: #4 – Wordly App #5 – Descript: #6 – Pro Writing Aid: #7 – Scrivener:
If I could invite Hugh Howey for coffee and pick his brain, this is what I'd ask. Sadly, I couldn't buy him a cup of coffee because of the 3,965 miles between us, but I'm so incredibly thankful that he took the time to answer my questions. I’m always humbled by the way he talks about writing and publishing and by his generous support of other authors in the community. If you still haven’t, read his books. Read his blog-posts on writing because there’s so much treasure in there. And prepare to be inspired by this interview and motivated to write and put serious work into your stories.
"The Martian" author Andy Weir has generously agreed to an interview with me.  When I wrote this email, I never thought he'd answer. But guess what was in my mailbox one ONE day later? An answer from Andy Weir.   Here are the takeaways from my interview with "The Martian" author.
Medium is THE platform for writers. How you can use it, what to look for and how to become successful on that platform – you will learn from Nicole Akers, founder of Publishious.
How does success in life work?   We will look at the life of three successful people you know and analyze what made them successful. What’s the single most important trait that makes successful people? Is there a secret behind successful indie writing careers?   I asked successful indie writers in the industry for this one secret. Not everybody answered. But the answers were surprisingly unanimous.  And unglamorous.  They told me how their success in life works. But it’s not a magic wand. It’s something that challenged me at exactly the point where I needed it most.  It will hit you right where you need it. So if you’re not afraid of a challenge, watch this video.  --------   “How can I tell the best stories and be heard?”    I’m here to guide you in every step of the way: from your book idea to building a big author platform.
In this video, I will tell you how to get the best story ideas.    If you use the scientific principles in this video, you will never fear the blank page, and you will always come up with solutions to story problems in an instant.   There's some kind of a mythical fog that surrounds the notion of story ideas. As if some chosen people only get the best ones, the J. K. Rawlings and the Hemingways and the John Grishams of this world, and probably not you.  You're just waiting for the kiss of the muse and it never happens.  But what if I told you that you could train your brain to come up with great story ideas daily? What if I told you that you would never have to fear the blank page again? So let's throw away the misconceptions. Clear the fog.    Here are 5 scientific hacks you can use to come up with a great story.   --------   “How can I tell the best stories and be heard?”    I’m here to guide you in every step of the way: from your book idea to building a big author platform.
If you're wondering how to write a book as a beginning author - not just some book, but an awesome book - you've come to the right place.   In this video, I will show you 8 simple steps from beginning to the end in order to finish your book.    And I want to start with a quote from Ellis Monroe. She said: "A story is not like a road to follow, but it's like a house." So in order to finish your book, your novel, you don't need a roadmap. You need a construction manual. And I will give you this construction manual today.    Be careful not to label every writing problem with writer's block. Because how come builders don't have building block or chefs don't have a cooking block? It's because they have a system. Because they have steps they follow in order to finish their work.  So you don't have to have writer's block. I will give you these eight steps that will take you from beginning to the end.    And by the way, step number eight is probably the hardest one.
Everybody's talking about the pandemic, but I want to talk to you about it in a whole different way. Hi, I'm Diana, and this is Story Artist. Check out my website for more: 
In this special episode, I'm interviewing Dr. Darian Parker in everything creatives need to know about fitness and health. Don't miss out on this one, whether you're a fitness newbie or someone who's exercising for years.  Dr. Darian is the host of Dr. D’s Social Network, give his podcast a listen. --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast.
Let's talk about the spinning top. Will it fall over?    In this episode, we will talk about an amazing storytelling technique that can either make your story unforgettable or enrage your readers.
Boring second act. This has become a cliche, but why exactly can the middle of your story especially become boring and how can you beat second act problems forever? --------------   Do you want to live the life of your dreams? There is a power at your fingertips: Storytelling.   Learn how to become a writer, and use the power of storytelling for marketing, lifestyle, and fiction.   People want to believe in stories, but you have to deliver a story that is real. Consistent throughout.   It starts with you. Right now.  How? Find out at:
Welcome to 2020! In this video, I'll talk to you about the two pillars I'm building my writing career on in 2020 and the coming decade. We will explore trends in the publishing and writing industry, and I'll also share my own goals to inspire you to find a direction in this year – the best year to become a writer! Download your FREE ebook – a roadmap to start you author journey in the most effective way right now, without waiting for permission. It will teach you how to triple your output and live the life you want:   Live your story,  Diana --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast.
Imagine a piece of music made up of one single flat note. Would you listen to it? Hey, I'm Diana and this is Story Artist. Many stories start out great, but then they transform into one single flat note. And they become boring and tedious because there are no emotional highs and lows in the story. And the mistake lies in the pacing. So this is principle number six: how to keep your reader invested in the story.
Don't tell me the moon is shining. Show me the Glint of light on broken glass. Hi, I'm Diana. And this is Story Artist. This is a quote from Anton Chekhov, and it has been valid from the beginning of times for every writer. Now it's especially popular in movies and theater but in every form of writing, it's still valid to create a believable story. And in order to create a believable story, we will talk about the principle number four, which is show don't tell.
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