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First Contact

Based on having served 30 years hard-labor in business and management

consulting, 5 years as a freelance writer and editor, while researching and writing

series of successful novels [over 100,000 copies sold based on royalties received

in addition to advances], followed by a 15-year long interdisciplinary study of the

unconscious mind, creativity and writing (while also serving as college faculty),

I am convinced that you --- that we all --- unconsciously know how to write.[1] 

And I believe you can write far better than you may think or may have been told

otherwise by well meaning, but misguided and misinformed, instructors [2] promoting

failed modern methods of instruction Albert Einstein warned can strangle your holy

curiosity of  inquiry. Which Einstein believed aside from stimulation, stands mainly in

need of freedomFor without the freedom to read across the disciplines, to explore, know

and dream, your natural innate creative potential will go to wreck and ruin without fail. [3]


Please allow me to help you, as I have helped myself and hundreds of aspiring writers,

Wake Upyour powerful Natural Intuitive Creative Potential

and begin Dream-Writing again, naturally, turning Chaos to Creativity and Success. [4]


 

             [1]  Beman, D. K. Donald Knight Beman, Ph.D. Career Experience SnapShot [2017.04] [s]. (pp. 1-5).


             [2]  Adler, M. J. (n.d.). "Teaching, Learning, and Their Counterfeits." In The Great Ideas Online. Center for the Study of  the Great Ideas.

                    M. Weismann, Editor. [http://web.archive.org/web/20080603023807/http:/radicalacademy.com/adlerteaching.htm].​​​

  

             ​[3]  Einstein, A. "Autobiographical Notes." (1946). In Albert Einstein: Philosopher-Scientist. (pp.17-19). P. A. Schillip, Ed. IL: Open Court Press.


             ​​[4]  Beman, D. K. "Book §1.00 Introduction to the Physics of Writing." In Physics of Writing.Dream-Writing.Chaos to Creativity. 2nd Edition.

                    WordShop Publications. Physics of Writing Inc. (2016).