A question about the “mistakes” video leads to more mistakes and what you can learn from them.
Is writing just a hobby or could it be something more? My response to a subscriber’s heartfelt question.
What could Proverbs 16:26 do for your writing today? Perhaps you can use the inner “hunger” for some encouragement.
The hardest part of pitching an idea is the waiting afterward. But waiting will do something inside you. Let the waiting do its work.
Should you allow your desk to get messy? Should you always be organized? Here’s some encouragement.
Do you get dragged away from your writing by little things? Allow these conflicts to inform your writing.
If you’re at a point where you’re trying to find your voice and wondering
what you should write in order to get published, you are rowing in the dark. The truth is, you’re really in a good place.
If you are frustrated with “losing thoughts,” losing the “mojo” of your writing, choose to see each session as an opportunity to find something unique.
If you get frustrated because you have a day job and you have to stop writing when you are in a groove, allow that to be a gift to you that provides momentum.
Instead of ignoring your doubts, use this technique to propel your ideas.