We all have goals, especially on January 1. When the new year rolls around, everybody wants to lose weight, save more money, and go to the gym more often. Eighty percent of all people make those goals every year because we want to be healthier, happier, and more secure.
There are days I just don’t want to write. Actually, most days before I begin writing, it’s hard to pick up the pen (or put my fingers on the keyboard, depending on which stage of the writing process I’m in) and just go. I don’t want to. I’d rather distract myself with pointless internet surfing.
Talent? Mojo? The secret awesome kick ass plot? Money? Connections? Okay. All those things help. But what we really need to succeed in this business of being an author and making money at it,...
When do you ask for help? And I mean all kinds of help: financial, emotional, psychological, spiritual, etc. One of the traits often associated with artist and entrepreneurs is independence. Speaking just about myself, I am that gal who said from a very young age, “I can do it myself.”
Enjoy our weekly video in our Sunday Video for Authors series. If you have a video that you love re: writing, creativity, etc., I’d love to know about it. Enjoy. I dare you not to laugh.
This is #3 in a series of articles on Creativity and Inspiration for Writers. Tips shared here are inspired by my ebook, Overcome Writer’s Block, and will soon also be part of a course at We Write Books community How can we be a better writers? Or maybe you’d like to get re-inspired in your writing. We can step away from the words and dive into our most primal sense of smell!