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Write What You Love, Not What You Know


Some writers don’t write because they don’t know what to write. For creativity’s sake, don’t wait until you know what to write – write to figure out what you think you might know and more importantly, what you don’t know yet. Don’t worry for one second about not knowing what to write.

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Getting Started


I’m solidly in initial inertia… The only way to finish is to get started. And the only way to get started is to finish.

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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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Quick, Easy and Now


By Rosanne Bane MKelberer’s tongue-in-cheek comment/question to my last post, “Why is ‘hard work’ always the solution?” reminded me of one of the most powerful questions I ever heard: “What if it’s quick, easy and now?” Years ago, I spent an entire coaching session affirming to myself and my coach Val Olson  my commitment to tenaciously […]

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