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What Writers Can Learn from Failed New Year’s Resolutions

How’s that New Year’s Resolution working for you? Or did you, like me, resolve to not make resolutions? Either way, you can increase your chances of writing success by examining why resolutions often fail. Failure: Fuzzy Resolutions Most New Year’s Resolutions are vague. “I’ll write more.” “I’ll eat better and get fit.” “I’ll travel to […]

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Action Map Your Way Out of Writer’s Resistance

The bigger a writing project is, the more likely it is to create anxiety. The more anxiety you feel, the more likely you are to employ your favorite form of resistance. You might decide to wait until you have more time or know more about how to get started (procrastinate). Or you might find something […]

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