As a writer, do you struggle with how much to assume your readers know? Are you a stubbornly independent person who doesn’t want help? Does perfectionism plague your attempts to write and publish? If any of these challenges ring true, you’ve come to the right place. DJ Eshelman has experienced all of these issues and, in an engaging and informative way, shares how he triumphed over them.
DJ published his first book, Be A Citrix Hero, in March of 2020 amid the time we weren’t supposed to be doing anything, right? We were supposed to be cowering in our homes in fear of what was going to happen. And he said, “No, I’m going to go ahead and publish this book.” And so that was the first book. It was born out of that notion of “Let’s do it, see what happens.”
His reception was pretty good in that regard, of people being astounded that somebody in the line of work that he did was able to write a book. There’s a whole host of perceptions that people have about what a book means. That opened up all sorts of doors.
As part of being an author, DJ had to deal with the curse of knowledge as he planned his content.
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