Category Archives: psychology of writing

Taking Effective Action

In the August edition of Randy Ingermanson’s free (wonderfully¬† helpful) newsletter, there was a link to a free e-book describing a new time management system Randy is using. (For back issues of Randy’s newsletter, go here.) ¬†Since “free” is one … Continue reading

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Unhappiness: a Positive Sign

Have you ever considered the fact that unhappiness is the first step along the writer’s path? “Toddlers are bursting with the anxiety and helplessness of having feelings that they can’t get anybody around them to understand. They don’t even have … Continue reading

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Stage Three: Start-Up

If you’ve done the previous stages of exploration and preparation in “The Five Stages of Success,” then you’re probably eager to begin “Stage Three: Start-Up.” Time to get the show on the road! You have your writing dream, you’ve made … Continue reading

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