I began to discover artists and writers, business magnates and athletes all expressing their profound success where because they started before they where ready. They jumped in, and they where encouraging me to do the same!
Real talk? I've been right in the middle of struggle town the last couple months, just feeling like everything I created was not worthy. It wasn't reflective of my skills. It was basically hot garbage. I was trying to create. Don't get me wrong. I would sit at my computer, fingers hovering over the keys, … Continue reading Adventures with Impostor Syndrome
Odd Title, I know. But, do you find yourself working on your characters backgrounds, their motivations, deepest fears , and all of the prompts that get put forth are Lovely..... But so super vanilla? Let me try a different angle. Could you answer me the below questions about your friends? Or more readily answer me … Continue reading Abstract Character Building Questions for the Hungry Writer
But really, we are all creative in our every day lives. What I want you to do is consciously look at what and where you are being creative and appreciate the enjoyment you get out of it. Then....how can we get that buzz more often.
By investing in my self, I signed up to Fiona McIntosh's Mini Masterclass and believe that everyone should do the same. Want to learn how to be a commercial writer? Then this is the course for you.
Life pulling you away from your passions? Budget making it hard to pursue? Check out this post and grab some ideas on how you can invest in you, without breaking the bank.
What are They? I was introduced to 30 Day Sprints in my work environment. Working in a leadership position in a public school in South Australia, meant that I was always accountable to the projects I was running, what data I was gathering and analysing and how it was affecting the students and/or staff. And … Continue reading How 30 Day Sprints Re-Energized My Writing