Last night for the first time in a long time, I thought about blowing off my commitment to 15 minutes of Product Time. The day hadn’t gone as planned and I’d let other commitments take precedence, so Product Time didn’t start when I scheduled it. It was late in the evening, I was tired and whiny and […]
Recognize the illusion and you make it possible to remove the obstacle.
You’re invited to attend a FREE one-hour class I’m teaching at Sumner Library on Saturday, January 29 from 11 am to noon. Taking Your Great Idea From Brainstorm to Page is for anyone who has a great idea or a good idea or even just a glimmer of an idea for a book. We’ll review techniques to […]
My fellow Loft Around Town Teaching Artist Sarah Tieck and I got a nice bit of press in the Star Tribune about the classes we’re offering at the Wescott Library in Eagan. Check it out. Thanks to article author Liz Rolfsmeier and the Star Tribune! BTW: In addition to the Writing Habit in Eagan, I’m teaching Around […]
For many writers, the first minutes of writing are the hardest. A weird warm-up gets you through those challenging first minutes.
We’ve convenienced ourselves out of opportunities to think creatively. When our minds slow down, we can find our entry point to the flow state of creative consciousness.
Since I encourage my coaching clients to celebrate their wins and breakthroughs for 2010 before envisioning what they want to accomplish in 2011, I thought I’d share this Blog Review that WordPress was kind enough to send me. You might be surprised by some of the stats — I know I was surprised and gratified […]