My mom was a schoolteacher. In her lifetime, she taught nearly every age group from kindergarten to eighth grade. She was also really interested in self-help and the research around human behavior. On a personal level, my mom was hyper-organized, Type-A, and a high achiever in every sense of the word. You can see why … Continue reading How to Get Motivated to Write
Every writer and creative needs an accountability system. This week I discuss how to use your tendency from Gretchen Rubin's Four Tendency framework to build your own custom accountability system. I also share the six pillars of my personal accountability system.
There’s a reason I love entrepreneurs. Entrepreneurs are hungry — and the successful ones aren’t afraid to dream big. You talk to any startup founder, and usually you’ll walk away feelings strangely energized…or downright exhausted. Many of the entrepreneurs I know think, work, and talk a mile a minute. They have lots of ideas, and … Continue reading Want to Make It as a Writer? Raise Your Standards for What Is Possible
Do you want to be a writer? Do you dream of publishing a novel but struggle to find the time to write? Do you sometimes set writing goals for yourself, only to have life get in the way? When you get busy, is your writing time the first thing to go? You’re not alone. These … Continue reading 5 Ways to Create Accountability for Yourself and Your Writing
This post is part of a series dedicated to National Novel-Writing Month. If you’re participating this year, make sure you download my free NaNoWriMo workbook. If you’re abstaining, never fear. These posts will help you become a better writer no matter what (or when) you write. Whether you’re a beginning writer or a seasoned novelist, … Continue reading How to Write Faster