Can Your Kids Do Hard Things…Like Writing? Podcast interview with Brett Harris of Author’s Conservatory



In a recent interview featuring Lisa Nehring from "It's Not That Hard to Homeschool" and Brett Harris of "The Author's Conservatory, A Different Approach," the discussion delved into innovative approaches to education and entrepreneurship. Lisa Nehring, an advocate for homeschooling, shared insights into the accessibility and feasibility of homeschooling, emphasizing that it doesn't have to be a daunting task. She discussed practical strategies and resources to make homeschooling a rewarding experience for both parents and students.

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Brett Harris, representing “The Author's Conservatory,” offered a unique perspective on education by combining novel writing with entrepreneurial skills. The online school provides a distinctive curriculum that not only teaches students how to write and pitch novels but also empowers them to start their own business ventures. Harris highlighted the importance of fostering creativity and self-expression while equipping students with practical skills to succeed as entrepreneurs. The interview shed light on alternative education models that go beyond traditional methods, encouraging a holistic approach that nurtures both academic and entrepreneurial abilities.

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This episode is sponsored by True North Homeschool Academy's novel writing courses: Who Dun It and Dystopian Reading & Composition.

Students read quality literature, have great, guided discussion and write short stories and ful length novels! Check out some of our students amazing writing: Dystopian Stories & Medieval Tales

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