A few days ago, my friend, Janice Ernest and I jumped on the phone to brainstorm about some of the success principles for writers that we have been addressing in our Write Foundations series. Be sure to check back over older posts here and also read what Janice has to say on her blog.
We had a lot of fun batting ideas around and we thought you might enjoy listening in. Find out what your success as a writer has to do with the old game of Tetris, why cleaning out your closet helps your creativity and other interesting tidbits.
Please let me know if you have any questions or comments. We would love to know what you are struggling with, so we can help.
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Do you ever think you aren’t good enough to do (fill in the blank)? If you don’t, I’d love to know your secret! This is such a common belief among creative solopreneurs such as writers, authors, speakers, artists, etc. Since …Continue reading →