Posts Tagged ‘writing coach’
Writing Resistance: The War of Art, or an Emotional Tiger Hunt?
Four rules to help you avoid Writing Resistance (and tiger bites) even when you’re stressed.Read More
Stop Trying to Find Your Voice. Try trusting it instead.
The most common bit of writing advice out there is to, “Find your Voice,” but how do you even do that? Surprisingly, you have to stop trying.Read More
The Shocking Truth About Writer’s Block is Simple.
It’s that horrible feeling when you sit down to write, but instead of finding that creative flow pouring out – you sit paralyzed, staring at your computer screen & seething at the impossible task of…words. Everybody who’s tried communicating with words has felt it: a paralyzing barrier between the idea you want to share & the ability to…Read More
Four Ways to Organize Your Blog Images Fast, so You can Find the Perfect Picture for Every Post
I’m not a professional photographer. At. All. My 12 year old daughter has a better camera than me, and she’s better at using it than I am. In truth, I only use my iPhone to take photos for my blog, and I know I could be a lot better at it too. But that’s ok, because…Read More
You’re Not too Busy to Blog
We’re all busy. You’re Busy; I’m Busy; Everybody’s Busy-Busy. Personally, I think that “busy” is just another 4-letter word. We all have the same number of hours in our days, and no matter what shows up, we manage to fill them with something. When my two kids aren’t home, those hours still zoom by. I don’t suddenly…Read More
Bloggers gotta Blog…but sometimes it sucks
Business Owners Blog for a lot of Reasons. We are told again and again that blogging is an important part of online marketing. It is, in fact, often seen as the central aspect of your online presence. I definitely think that – in my own business and the businesses of many of my clients – the…Read More