WriteSpeak: Write Your Own Success Story


Barbara Sher’s WriteSpeak Program is now available online. Learn more from the recordings of Barbara Sher’s Dare to Soar Telesummit: Celebrating 8 Life-Changing New Books and Courses and the WriteSpeak Showcase.

Registration is closed until February 6, 2021

Part 1: 6-Hour Teleworkshop – (Three dates in February and March 2020)
Part 2: 48-Week Online Course – (March 23, 2020 – February 21, 2021)
Registration: Closed
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For many years, at the end of my workshops, people would stand up and say, “I want to do what you do.” I’d ask how many other people wanted the same thing and dozens of people would raise their hands! My answer has always been the same: I want you to do what I do, and I’ll do everything I can to help you!

And I’d try to do it then and there.Barbara Sher, speaking

If you’re one of the people who took notes like crazy while I rattled off the bare bones of my system for finding your own message and the perfect audience, becoming a well-paid speaker and writing a first-rate, successful book that will really help people (without sacrificing years of your life) I think you’ll be glad to read the following announcement:


This long-awaited online (and much less expensive) version of my WriteSpeak program will begin again in February and March 2020 with my six-hour WriteSpeak workshop by telephone.

You’re in for an exciting and profound learning experience. I intend to show you exactly what you must know to bring forth the visionary leader inside you.

“Visionary leader?!” you might be saying. “Don’t let my family hear that one or they’ll die laughing.” But if you’ve wondered about whether you have what it takes to share what you’ve learned with the world, listen carefully.

If you’ve ever confronted difficult problems in your life and you sought and found ways to solve them (from raising a kid to building a home), you know something you should be telling the rest of us. And if you’ve felt the urge to share your knowledge to help others, then chances are very good that you have three of the four essentials you need to be a successful author and speaker.

  1. You have personal experience with the struggle to create a good life, so you know how tough that struggle can be.
  2. You’ve searched long and hard to find a solution, so you know the steps that are needed.
  3. You dream of sharing what you’ve learned and you’re happiest when you’re helping someone with your knowledge.

What’s the fourth essential?

  1. You need someone to show you how.

You don’t need another cheer-leading session that creates a temporary surge of enthusiasm; you need to know the actual steps to creating a successful career from those first three essentials.

You need an experienced hand to guide you and keep you on message, someone who will teach you to be a compelling speaker with fire in your words, not by throwing a handful of glib suggestions at you, but by walking you through hands-on experience and making sure you get supportive critiques.

You need someone to bring out the quality book that’s inside you and show you where to find capable, ethical editors to help you organize and polish it.

And you need to know the many ways you can get published, including the traditional route with an agent and major publishing house.

Maybe you’ve been to one of those huge, overpriced conferences with dozens of presenters pitching their products and promising to make you a multi-millionaire. Maybe you’ve gotten something useful there, or maybe you felt disappointed: you know you really need a small class and a dedicated teacher who is powerfully motivated to bring out the very best you’ve got inside you because she wants you to share it with the world.

Barbara Sher booksIf you’re on my mailing list, I assume you know about me. If not, click here to read my bio: About Barbara on barbarasher.com. I love what I do. I never thought I’d be passionate about one career for over 40 years, but that’s what has happened. In that time I’ve designed and given hundreds of well-received speeches and workshops to associations and Fortune 100 companies, appeared nationally on dozens of major television shows and had 5 of my own public TV specials airing year after year.

But when I started running workshops in 1976 I had never heard of a ‘speaker.’ I was completely on my own, a single mother with two little boys and not an extra dime in my pocket. One friend designed small flyers and loaned me the money to print them up; two others helped me slap them up on lamp posts (illegally, I think) in the middle of the night. When no one signed up, we wrote “sold out” on that date and slapped them up again the next week. Finally I hauled everyone I knew into the room for no money at all, just so I could give the first workshops.

I had to learn this business step by step, every step by trial and error. I learned how to get written up in major magazines and newspapers because I couldn’t afford advertising. When those articles resulted in calls from literary agents, I learned how to write a book that had my real voice (though I had never done it before) while holding down two jobs and taking care of my home and kids.

I wrote my first book in 1978. It was published by a major publisher and has now sold more than a million copies. Since then I’ve written six more books. They have been translated into many languages and have stayed in print and continue to sell well. They’ve appeared on bestseller lists, have won awards, and I’m very proud of them. Best of all, I get letters and emails every day from people thanking me for how my work has helped them. Along with my speaking career, my books have also provided me with a comfortable and deeply satisfying life.

I understand completely why you might want to do what I do.

In 2007, I decided to act on my wish to pass on my knowledge to those of you who are talented and as passionate as I am. I ran WriteSpeak teleworkshops, retreats, and telecourses through 2011. And I ran out of steam. It was intense work. And it was more expensive than some with great ideas to share could afford. Now we’re doing it online, in a form lots more of you can afford. And no travel for either of us. 🙂

I believe with all my heart that the world needs the talent each and every one of us was born with. If your desires lie in the direction of speaking, coaching, and/or putting your message in a book, there’s a high probability that you have gifts in that area. I’d be interested in helping you find your gifts and your voice, and, if you find this career suits you, I’d be honored to help give you the start you need. I know how to do that. It’s one of my gifts.

And it’s the gift I still owe to the world.



We’ll do these by phone.

You’ll need access to a computer, too.

And there’s an hour or two of mandatory prep work before the teleworkshop.

To accommodate time zones from Australia to Central Europe and all across the US and Canada, these will be 2-day events starting at very different times each weekend.

I’ll do this three times, in February and March, and I can teach up to 18 of you in each one. You’ll get to know each other. And me. You’ll discover who you should write for and what you should write about. You’ll learn why speakers need to write books and authors need to speak and how to make both of these a whole lot easier and more fun than you imagine.

Here are the dates. Please choose one. Make your choice and register quickly, starting February 8th, because I must close each one as soon as we have 18 people registered. The times listed are in the NY time zone (EST or EDT). Click on the links to see when that is where you live.

Friday, February 28, 7:00-10:15pm EST and Saturday, February 29, 7:00-9:45pm EST
Saturday, March 14, noon-3:15pm EDT and Sunday, March 15, noon-2:45pm EDT
Saturday, March 21, 2-5:15pm EDT and Sunday, March 22, 2-4:45pm EDT



(March 23, 2020 – February 21, 2021)

With help from some of my genius WriteSpeak graduates, I’ve pulled together all the best stuff from my famous 6-day WriteSpeak retreats and my wildly productive year-long telephone course into a beautifully designed, coherent, 48-week online course for you. If you are ready to Write Your Own Success Story and you can devote 10 hours or more each week to the exciting work of writing your book, creating workshops and presentations you’ll be proud to deliver, and telling the many people who need your book and your in-person events who you are and what you can offer them, then this is for you.

Part 2 is where the rubber hits the road. You’ll have learned in Part 1 what you want to say (really, what you need to say and people need to hear), and now you’ll sit down, roll up your sleeves and create your new career.

No time to attend meetings or even webinars? Don’t worry. Part 2 will have step-by-step, online assignments you can do on your own, following your own schedule. They’ll show you exactly how to create your book and your career. You’ll decide when you can do them.

But what you’ll be reading won’t be any book you can buy anywhere. You will have transcripts and handouts and email discussions and audio recordings from my six WriteSpeak retreats and two telecourses. The best of the best, the exercises and explanations that did the best job of getting my earlier students (now author/speakers) where they are today.

And you won’t be on your own. You’ll be part of a community of writers and speakers with vitally important messages, discussing what you’re learning and trying and doing in comments you can pay attention to on your own schedule.

You won’t get the kind of speaking advice you can get from Toastmasters or a public speaking class. You’ll be speaking with passion and purpose about something that matters to you — and matters just as much to crowds of people who will gladly pay to hear you.

My approach to book-writing isn’t like anyone else’s. My goal isn’t for you to make big bucks but to live a life you love and contribute your gifts to the world. What I reveal isn’t how the game is played, but where the shortcuts can be found. Life is short, and I want a published book in your hands next February.

I won’t be able to participate in the discussion or correspond with you individually — I’m amazingly healthy for an 84-year old, but I’m not Superwoman. However, the same WriteSpeak grad who runs my online book clubs, Patty Newbold, will be there and let me know if there are questions I need to answer. Patty completed the full WriteSpeak program and helped me with three of my six WriteSpeak retreats. You’ll have a great coach as you work through my assignments for you.

I’ll also be relying on you to help each other. You’ll have optional telephone check-ins to cheer you on, blockbusters to get past your procrastination, scheduled and unscheduled chances to learn from each other.

Most of you will be writing self-help style books, but some of you will tackle narrative non-fiction, fiction, maybe even comic books. There are many ways to share your hard-earned wisdom with those thirsty for it. All are fine approaches.

The length of your book doesn’t matter. Neither does whether it’s hard cover, paperback, print-on-demand, downloadable, or all of the above. If you’re aiming for a contract with a publisher, I encourage you to self-publish a small book during the course, while your proposal is making the rounds of agents and editors. When you hold your book in your hand or see it on a Kindle, you’ll experience a real thrill.

Book Launch Party and Telesummit

There is another reason I would like you all to finish a book during the course. In week 46 of our 48-week course — on February 7th, 2021 — we will throw a big, online book launch party. I’ll be there. Wouldn’t miss it for the world. Publicity. Prizes for the reading public. Book reviews. Of your book.

And wrapped around the partying, a widely publicized telesummit: a day of 20-minute and 30-minute teleworkshops by our newly published authors, including you.

You will be a speaker at a Barbara Sher Telesummit, promoted to my many fans.

4 of the books launched at our 2016 telesummitAnd we’ll record each teleworkshop for all to listen to at their leisure from the Barbara’s Club website if they cannot be part of your live audience. For a full year. With a link to wherever they can buy your book. Check out our latest telesummit and book launch. I really want to include you and your book in the next one.

There are folks out there who announce you can write a book in a weekend. Maybe, but we’re talking about books that change lives, books that show the way to something better, not those books. So let me be very honest with you. I said you need to put in 10 hours a week for 48 weeks. This is enough to write a book, start a blog or newsletter, create a presentation or workshop, start making a name on social media, and all the rest — but only with a good bit of help.

I’ll show you all the places where others can help, and you will need to pay them or barter with them for their expertise and time, as I do. If you are a do-it-yourself sort, please expect to put in at least twice as much time or keep your book very short. Either way, I’ll give you the training you need to follow in my footsteps.

With my assignments, you’ll develop your message, step by step, and create your book and your presentation using a completely new method of writing that you’ve never used before. When you finish Part 2, you’ll have your published book and your presentation ready to go.

But that’s not all, because throughout the course we focus on letting the world know who you are. You’ll have your own website, mailing list and blog or newsletter. You’ll be completely comfortable speaking on your subject and setting up teleclasses. You’ll know how to get into print media and be published online as well as setting up a press kit to send to associations and companies that will hire you to speak.

You’re going to have everything you need to create your lucrative speaking career.

Some students become paid speakers by the 10th month of the program!

If you run into trouble on any of this, we’ll help walk you through step-by-step or troubleshoot what went wrong and fix it.

In other words, you’ll be in business, doing what you love, helping your listeners and readers lead better lives, and you’ll be thanked for it. You’ll be paid for it, too. You’re going to make a real difference in this world doing what you love best, and you’ll feel the satisfaction that comes from that amazing combination.

WriteSpeak Plus

I want to keep the price of Part 2 low, so all the discussion is written and online, except during member-run blockbusters (an end-run around procrastination or fear), voluntary check-in calls (quick and encouraging) and short teleworkshops you offer each other.

For an additional fee, you can include monthly Success Team type meetings by phone with other WriteSpeakers and my Director of Sher Success Teams, Patty Newbold. Patty completed the full WriteSpeak program the first time I offered it and helped me with three of the six WriteSpeak retreats. She’s been coaching WriteSpeakers every month since we went online. There will be twelve meetings, on the last Wednesday of every month from March 2020 through February 2021, from 1 to 2 pm NY time or from 8 to 9 pm NY time, your choice.



Friday, February 28, 7:00-10:15pm EST and Saturday, February 29, 7:00-9:45pm EST
Saturday, March 14, noon-3:15pm EDT and Sunday, March 15, noon-2:45pm EDT
Saturday, March 21, 2-5:15pm EDT and Sunday, March 22, 2-4:45pm EDT

If WriteSpeak sounds right for you, please choose your package and then your Teleworkshop dates. See below for important information on payment plans, emails and refunds.
$627 – Part 1 Only – 6-Hour WriteSpeak Teleworkshop
(by telephone – long distance charges may apply – Part 2 may be added later)

Discount Prices for Part 1 and 2 Packages

$1,467 – WriteSpeak Full Package
(includes the Teleworkshop and the 48-Week Course)

$1,990 – WriteSpeak Plus Package
(includes the Teleworkshop, the 48-Week Course and 12 group coaching sessions: the most popular WriteSpeak option)

Part 2 registration will also be available by email invitation at a slightly higher price after your Teleworkshop, until the course begins. Those who completed Part 1 in 2008-2020 should email webmaster@barbarasclub.com for an invitation. These invitations will include a 4-pay payment plan option.

IMPORTANT: Watch for an email confirmation within an hour after paying. If you don’t receive it, or if your PayPal email address is the wrong one for us to use, please email webmaster@barbarasclub.com right away.

100% MONEY-BACK REFUNDS: Hang up no later than 20 minutes into the Teleworkshop and email webmaster@barbarasclub.com within an hour to request a full refund for the Teleworkshop. Email webmaster@barbarasclub.com no later than 4 pm on March 29 to request a full refund for the 48-Week Course or Group Coaching.



Here are some of the incredible success stories I’ve heard about from those who completed the WriteSpeak program.

Kerry Ann Rockquemore co-authored The Black Academic’s Guide to Winning Tenure–Without Losing Your Soul and left her academic position to launch the remarkably successful National Center for Faculty Development & Diversity, where she now has a staff helping her give lectures, workshops and boot camps at universities around the country and the world.

Patrice Jenkins self-published What Will I Do All Day? Wisdom to Get You Over Retirement and on With Living! It launched a speaking career to get people ready for retirement and continues to sell hundreds of copies every month. She also does organizational consulting and runs a 9-month telecourse on the subject.

Rachel Z. Cornell invented a brand-new form of coaching and telecourse business, helping academics and authors “take action when action feels impossible.” She wrote me this: “Thanks to you I not only got clear about my message but also got the support I needed to embrace a unique aptitude I have and turn it into a thriving business.” That business is pronagger.com.

Barbara Richards of visionworkcoaching.com ran a summer webinar series for her solopreneur coaching clients on Attraction Marketing: 7 Steps to Cracking the Code on Attracting (Great!) Clients, Your Way. She’s become a speaker and published Give Your Dream a Plan: 7 Questions to Ignite Extraordinary Results in Your Business.

Beth LaMie now runs ethical will and family story workshops. She wrote Granny’s Guide to Fun & Fabulous Family Stories For Kids from 8 to 98 and has co-authored books with two of her family story clients, including Blue Skies and Apple Blossoms: Stories of Faith, Family, and Food. Her latest book, released in 2017, is Legacy Letters from Your Heart: Finding Peace of Mind by Leaving a Piece of Your Mind.

Edith Johnston has written two books — A Myriad of Ideas : Personal Development for Multi-Talented Individual and Discovering the Intensity of Brillance: A Mandala Journey — and is working on a third. She runs workshops and teleclasses for multi-talented individuals.

Christi Daniels runs group classes and private mentoring sessions. She’s working on an online course. And she’s the proud author of Sabbatical from “Yes”: Reconnect with Your Inner Wisdom, Energy and Creative Fire through 30 Days of Putting Yourself First.

Let’s include you on this list next year!



Hi, Barbara!
I am overcome. I am speechless. You have showered me with ideas and encouragement…I’m going to pore over this and absorb it today… every nerve ending is crackling!

My immediate reaction was that I was trying to drink from a fire hose! There was so much good information and it was coming at me so fast I didn’t have time to think or digest it all. I have been thinking of almost nothing else since. I am realizing that this workshop is changing the way I talk to myself and to others – everything is lining up behind the desire to finally identify my message and do the work to get it out there.

The Write Speak Teleworkshop is excellent. Barbara’s depth of knowledge is incredible. She truly is a master at what she does. She has so much to offer and she does it with warmth, humour and kindness. In one day, she has helped me to clarify and define my message – wow!

Your insights and approach are invaluable! I keep re-reading my notes and continue to learn even after the session is over.

What an amazing day! While it will take me weeks to fully digest everything that I’ve learned, I already feel that have found a place that feels like home. Surprisingly — to me at least — is that I learned more about myself than specific tools for writing. That was a lovely gift. As an aside, while I very much look forward to meeting Barbara at the retreat in January, I am also very excited about meeting in person the folks with whom I spoke today. What a great group with such amazing energy!

I’ve never heard anyone describe what ‘drive’ really is until today, or explain ‘excitement’ and its real purpose and why it often awakens resistance and how to work with it in such creative ways! I don’t know where to start listing what I learned today; it was amazing. No one says what you do. I will never forget this.

You always seem to come up with some totally original content and you’ve done it again on this workshop! The way you’ve told us to write and to come up with original content is great. And the process for coming up with a really compelling core message has been moving and revealing. Thanks for telling us we don’t need to have all the answers before we start too! I feel like I’ve now got a good idea of how to come up great content for books and talks.

Barbara Sher is just like a real person, only shorter.

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161 thoughts on “WriteSpeak: Write Your Own Success Story

  1. Patty, how long after the tele workshop will the 48 week course start?
    I’m trying to decide what the extra for coaching entails. Should I do this? Kind of overwhelmed. Thanks in advance.

    • Lisa, the 48-Week Course begins on Monday March 26th, which is 8, 15, or 23 days after the Teleworkshop ends, depending on which teleworkshop you attend.

      You should do this if you feel you have or might have a message that will help other people live better lives and you can make available at least ten hours a week to get it into book and workshop form. You’ll never find another course like this one.

      The course is all online. You get an email with links to your assignments for the week every Monday. The assignments (with everything you need to know to do them, in Barbara’s marvelous style of comforting, you-can-do-this, don’t-give-up writing) are online. You can share your progress and ask your questions of Matt and me (and Barbara if we don’t yet know how she’d answer your question) in the comments section on each assignment. For more general discussions, we also have a Facebook group, where you can ask for help, share tools you’ve discovered, even make plans to get together in person.

      If you sign up for coaching, then on the last Wednesday of each month you get together on the phone for an hour with Matt or me and a group of your fellow WriteSpeakers to talk about whatever’s on your mind. We’ll talk you through any tough spots, celebrate your successes, brainstorm ways to get around an obstacle, share resources, answer your questions, and keep you going. You choose which group, the one at 2 pm Eastern with Matt or 8 pm Eastern with Patty. Coaching is optional, but most members sign up for it.

      Those who complete the Teleworkshop can add the course for $900 (or 4 payments of $230 in March, May, July, and September) and monthly group coaching (if you’re in the course) for $500 (or another $125 per payment).

  2. Figuring things out in life on one’s own is not as good as figuring out with others who are like minded, inspiring, intelligent, capable and understanding. I met Barbara recently, in Germany, after watcher her on TED. I’ve already written a book on yoga as an island of self, for personal survival, called “Thrashed.” I have an English degree, and more books that I must write.I haven’t had a support team for forward motion. I have been stopped, many times over by abuse, since I’ve taken the victim form that I was dished as a childhood sexual assault survivor. Five years after my self-published book came out, my oldest daughter died in a car wreck, in Croatia. I lost my managerial job, with 180 employees, and have been wondering how to pull myself up into my potential again. This course offering by Barbara and her team seems like a life preserver has been thrown, for the path I’m meant to walk. Thank you for your work, for the supportive contact of collaboration, and a lifeline that makes sense.

    • Sylvia, there is a payment plan for those who complete the Teleworkshop and wish to add the 48-Week Course (4 payments of $230 in March, May, July, and September). You can also add the group coaching then (adding $125 per payment).

      If you’re in the US, you may also want to consider PayPal Credit, which gives you 6 months interest free, on your own payment schedule. You can use it for the same two options, plus the Teleworkshop and the Gold Package.

  3. Patty. Thinking about doing W/S again. Taking on a full time job just about killed me. How envious I was of the others who had time and funds and could spend as much time as they wished on W/S -but boy was I determined to get a book done. Now that work has settled down a litte I have the time to get my book on amazon and tie up loose ends. Also I am now working on sequel and two others as well! Will get you info asap. Can’t thank you and Barbara enough.

  4. No this does not guarantee you will have a book published in a year. But it will take you by the hand and lead you to publishing a book in a year. I published my book The Gardener’s Gift and it never would have happened without Write/speak 2017. The process is eye opening, helpful, full of resources, and often difficult! But wow- it will take you where you want to go. I loved it and plan on taking it again. Barbara shares her insight and methods freely therefore saving us from reinventing the wheel. Having the time to work the exercises is very important. Good Luck

  5. This sounds incredible! Does the program guarantee and include publishing of a book or is this just the steps to writing the book and then it’s up to the individual to try source publishing?

    • Oh, how I wish we could guarantee you’ll publish your book, Talia! All we can do is teach you all of Barbara’s tricks for doing it quickly and easily (from coming up with your message and audience right through self-publishing it as a paperback and eBook with a money-making workshop to help promote it) and provide lots and lots of help overcoming any Resistance you have to actually finishing the book and creating buzz about your work so people discover it and pay for it.

      If you publish by February 9th (and there is plenty of time to do this if you give us 10 hours a week for 48 weeks), we’ll put you on “stage” with Barbara during the Telesummit (like this: http://barbarasclub.com/telesummitworkshops/) and promote your book and a recording of your mini-workshop on the Barbara’s Club website (like these books: http://barbarasclub.com/telesummitbooks/) for about a year, until we announce the next Telesummit.

      We’ll make sure you learn a bunch of different ways to present your message and organize your book. We’ll guide you to writing Living Language (which is what makes Barbara’s books so very readable) and show you how to create great exercises like Barbara uses. And very early on, we’ll give you all the ingredients to craft your own personal Message-Media-Money plan, because every WriteSpeakers goals and gifts are a little different from the rest, but most of us need an livable income to keep sharing our message. As a Scanner who’s been sharing her message for decades now, Barbara’s tried and learned about so many ways to have fun and make money helping people.

      But this whole program occurs online and by phone, and our members live all over the world, so we will not show up at your door if you don’t get chapter 3 to your editor in time or if you choose to put in an extra 10 hours a week at your day job and let Barbara’s weekly assignments pile up in a corner of your dining room. We’ll show you how it’s all done. We’ll encourage you constantly. We’ll give you lists of resource people, like editors and cover designers. We’ll weigh the pros and cons of different self-publishing options for you. And we’ll help you solve any problems that come up. But you must bring that 10 hours a week of doing the work. Deal?

      • That sounds like a good deal. A structure to follow that leads to a goal. I just found out about this W/S yesterday, via email, having just met Barbara in February. I’m going to look into the ways of financing and signing up. I’ll have to figure out the time zone situation too. Thanks for your work.

  6. I’m excited by this idea enough that I’m going to work on freeing up the time and money to do this by February 2018. It just feels right.

    • Shifra, all I can tell you for now is to make sure you’re on Barbara’s mailing list, so you’ll receive the announcement in February. The signup form is under Barbara’s photo on every page. I’m delighted that you’d like to join us. It’s an exciting and remarkably helpful program.

  7. I am posting this comment on the Barbara’s Club Courses page and WriteSpeak page to let everyone interested know. We’re postponing the start of the next WriteSpeak year until March of 2018, so Barbara and I can visit our grandkids this fall. Registration will open on February 10, 2018. If you join us, we’ll be celebrating the launch of your book and your speaking career on February 9, 2019.

  8. Patty,
    I’ve written out the fist assignment by hand because that’s how I write down first ideas on things. Using the computer I normally write either online or using Word and I can’t find anything on this machine called “Windows Notepad”. Is it the same as “Microsoft Editor” – or would that be a Big Mistake?
    (My goodness, I’ve had to step out of my comfort zone so many times in the past 7 days!!)
    Thanking you – again – in advance! Best wishes

    • I think Microsoft Editor is a video editing app, Jenny. If you’re using Windows 10, open the start menu, scroll down to the “Windows Accessories” folder, and open it. You should find Notepad inside.

      If you prefer to handwrite, you might find the Speech-to-text capability in Windows 10 helpful. You can open Notepad and read what you wrote while it types. It works with English, Spanish, German, and a few other languages. Here’s how to set it up: http://www.digitaltrends.com/computing/windows-10-speech-to-text-guide/

      If it has a hard time recognizing your voice, you might want to purchase Dragon Naturally Speaking, which is reputed to be the best of the speech-to-text programs. If you get the Premium version, it will also transcribe from recordings of your voice, freeing you to dictate into a digital recorder while you walk. Note: the quality of freeconferencing.com calls is not quite high enough to get good transcription from a recording, and most speech-to-text apps will bungle the transcription when others speak. You might want to get a clip-on digital recorder or microphone to wear to capture your own voice during FAQs.

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