Tag : setting goals for your writing

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Leadership is the force that moves someone to make, or create something better than right now. Leaders don’t worry about the challenges so much as they learn from them, and then go from there. There is a constant learning and growth process when it comes to being a leader who shares both passion and hope …
Writing is Powerful.  You are Powerful.  Powerful writing comes from the heart. This feeling is unique for each writer but, in a nutshell, a writer is powerful because they believe in their work.  The best way to describe a great writer is their ability to connect with their readers in a meaningful and passionate way. …
Reflecting on your own perspectives on writing and your life as a writer I feel like we can’t have a month where we talk about perspectives on writing without challenging ourselves about our own perspectives on our writing and our life as writers. I find it harder and harder to consolidate for myself what it …
Harnessing the Spartan ideologies of perseverance and the power of the human will to succeed   What does it take to succeed? Well before you get your hopes up for what this post has to offer I’ll be honest and tell you that I have no knowledge of a recipe to success or even specific …
In school this month we were discussing setting goals for therapy and made me think of how I set goals for my life and work. We have spoken a lot on this blog over the past year about setting goals with your writing, but it’s really an art form that has to be as carefully …
When we think of publishing we all like to have our name on a book, and we’ll do it the way we think is best, but in the process of publishing a book things can get difficult. Sometimes though this can break out into a debate, where the one side, who have had success in …
Sometimes any writer can feel like what they’ve done with writing isn’t working. They think what they are writing- be it a book or another blog post isn’t working as well as they want it to. This isn’t entirely correct, it is more as if I have a challenge that needs to be broken down …
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