Archive | October, 2010

Celebrate!


We need to reward ourselves and celebrate not just when some major milestone is reached, but for each step that brings us closer to the milestone.

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When is Winning Really Losing?


What’s better for you: an easy win (e.g. your writer’s group loves your latest effort, the query you sent gets a quick and enthusiastic go-ahead, a blog post almost writes itself) or a painful setback (e.g. your writer’s group has questions and suggestions for your next revision, the editor you queried says “No thanks,” it […]

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Respect the Wisdom of Resistance So You Can Move Past It


Respecting the wisdom of your writing resistance means accepting that the resistance is there for a reason. It also means knowing that real problems have real solutions. If there is a reason to be resistant, there’s a way around it.

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Wisdom of Resistance


Just because you don’t know why you’re resistant, doesn’t mean you don’t have a good reason to be resistant.

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