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Climbing Out of a Writing Hole

“How does a project get a year behind schedule? One day at a time.” ~~Fred Brooks (IBM computer software developer) While I’m not behind a whole year on my current writing project, this question has been ricocheting around in my mind … Continue reading

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Change the Equation This Year

Four areas are essential to your success in 2015, according to Randy Ingermanson. Consider his four factors below when making this year’s writing goals. Don’t set goals that only target areas where you’re already successful. Instead, ask yourself, “Am I … Continue reading

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On the Way to Writing Success…

We can learn so much from each other. And these lessons will help us shorten the learning curve. Here are four great articles to help you along the way to writing success. ******************** For some great advice (and funny cartoons) … Continue reading

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Writer Imaging (Part 3)

(First read “Writer Imaging” Part 1 and Part 2.) Here are the final attributes of a happy writing life… 4. Staying focused on the positive. View your writing life as a series of opportunities and growth experiences, even though some … Continue reading

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Writer Imaging: Your Vision of Success

Picture this: you’re feeling strong and confident. Your writing is going well, you’re in the flow. That is, until you see her, that Famous Writer, on the cover of Writer’s Digest or being interviewed on the “Morning Show.” Rejection slips and cash … Continue reading

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