On the Fence About
Coming to Bootcamp?
Hear How It Changed These Three Writers’ Lives … and Keeps Them Coming Back Year After Year

AWAI staff members Pam Foster and Tim Matassa, along with AWAI member Suzanna Fitzgerald, got together this week to talk about their first Bootcamp experiences — and boy, did they have a lot to say about how it’s changed their lives for the better!

Listen in and you’ll find out what makes Bootcamp so special that they wouldn’t dream of missing it (this will be Pam’s 14th!) … how they’ve used Bootcamp as a springboard to great copywriting success … and their top “do’s and don’ts” for Bootcamp first-timers.

If you’ve been thinking about joining us here in Delray Beach for Bootcamp this October … but aren’t quite sure if it’s right for you … then you should definitely hear Pam, Tim, and Suzanna’s unique perspectives:

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Published: May 11, 2018

1 Response to “On the Fence About Coming to Bootcamp? Hear How It Changed These Three Writers’ Lives … and Keeps Them Coming Back Year After Year”

  1. WishIas there with you all ? Maybe next year? Have un send us back some good things to help us.Thank You all, Nancy

    Guest (NancyMossholder)May 12, 2018 at 5:30 pm

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