Various coaching models all include a key factor: accountability. Whether you're writing your opus or training for a marathon, accountability keeps you showing up. Because as long as you show up, you move forward with your project. If you never show up, you never complete your goal. Even if the goal seems immense. Too huge … Continue reading Top 3 Reasons You Need an Accountability Buddy
Writing is like a faucet: it’s either on or off but you first have to turn the tap. When you shut it off, it dries up. When you turn it on, it pours forth. If you feel your tap has been closed tight, here are 5 ways to get it flowing again: Say yes. Out … Continue reading The Yoga of Writing: 5 Ways to Get Your Creative Juices Flowing
Writing class is in session. When I coach writers in self-publishing, one of the areas in which I suggest they invest money is professional editing. Of course. Remember though, YOU are the writer. The editor will hopefully catch everything that needs attention but it is up to you to incorporate those edits into your manuscript. … Continue reading You’re the Writer
Yes, congratulations! Because you have a first draft. It's called a rough draft for a reason. And it's allowed to suck. It's the bones. It's the half-chewed meat. It's the burnt fat that has a lot of flavour but isn't good for you to eat. When I look back to finishing my rough draft, I … Continue reading Congratulations, your first draft sucks.