While teaching in the UCLA Writers’ Program, the experience highlighted a need for one-on-one mentorship in the writing process to help students become better writers and meet their goals. Focusing on the ‘why’ of writing helped move Jennie Nash out of the grind and inspired her to develop a new teaching model.
As a solution, Jennie devised a one-on-one teaching framework with writers who need accountability, editorial feedback, and emotional support. She explains her experience in shifting into working from home, starting her own business as a book coach, and training aspiring book coaches. While sharing her fulfillment as a mom and a coach simultaneously, she is happy with her job and continues to inspire others to write.
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