We can find new inspiration and creative momentum through the use of intentional and systematic changes to our writing process, and by being purposeful in filling our lives with a variety of creative stimuli. Links: Pomodoro Technique/Method – http://pomodorotechnique.com The
Sitting on virtual “hold” in a computer chatroom with the Verizon/Fios account rep Tuesday morning, I was reminded of the way certain phrases worm their way into our collective vocabulary, and also it made me think of how easy it
Having a routine and schedule is a great way to keep on track, creatively, but what do we do when the routine is disrupted? Show Notes: 01:10 A little good news: My story, The Outlaw, was selected for an upcoming
I believe there is a way to minimize resistance and free us to write more often, and with a higher quality. In speaking with writing students, coaching clients, and other writers, I advocate the idea of creative rhythm. Episode 20:
I was reading a blog post by Michael Hyatt this morning called “Are You a Pilot or a Passenger in Your Own Life?” Michael’s blog is focused on business- and leadership-minded individuals, and I’ve found a lot of inspiration for
Last week I did something scary. It’s the kind of thing that I only did because I somehow conned myself into believing it would be beneficial for both myself, and for those of you who read (or listen to) these
Of course, I say, “planned slacking can be good,” though I’m not actually planning to slack. Much. What I AM planning to do, though, is not blog this week. And, my Reading as a Writer and Iron Author classes are
This is a very brief post, but it was something on my mind, and I thought (perhaps) it would be of interest to you. I am in the midst of moving. Not a long-distance move, like ones in the past.
In this episode of the Three Minute Writer, I begin a three-part series focused on balance and maintaining creativity. I hope you enjoy… Please leave a comment or two below…How does this look at balance relate to your own
Here is installment two (of three) focused on my summer scheduling and my attempts to find greater balance in my creative, spiritual-emotional, and physical lives.