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CPA Ontario’s Future Forward podcasts offer a refreshing gateway to new ideas and hot topics for professionals across industries. 

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Jun 26, 2018

As many writers would attest, the hardest part of writing a book isn’t getting published, it’s the actual writing. For some, writing happens in fits and starts over months and years. For others, it can be a quicker, more streamlined process. Join Helen Wilkie and Liz West as they discuss how to get started and how...


Jun 26, 2018

Many people refrain from writing their books because they are intimidated by the idea of publishing their thoughts. On this episode of Future Forward, Helen Wilkie and Liz West compare and contrast various publishing options, including self-publishing.


Jun 26, 2018

Business people write all the time — correspondences, reports, blog posts, articles — and maybe books. The quality of our writing says a great deal about us as professionals, and we are behooved to write as well as possible. When it comes to books, editing is essential. Professional writers use editors to make their...


Jun 26, 2018

Can keynote talks be converted to books easily? Is writing easy for certain types of personalities? Do you need to be a good writer before you can write professionally and get published? Join Helen Wilkie and Liz West as they address some of the most prominent myths about writing.


Jun 26, 2018

The idea of writing a book can be intimidating, and yes, it is a big undertaking. In this podcast, Helen Wilkie and Liz West discuss a seven-step process that makes book-writing more achievable. These steps will guide you through to the point where you have a first draft, after which, the book will need to be edited.