Tag: writer motivation

4 Ways to Keep Your Productive Faucet Flowing

February is almost over. We’re moving at warp speed through 2015. So how are you doing on those plans and resolutions from New Year’s Day? If you’re like me, that faucet of enthusiasm has slowed to a trickle… Read More

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Olympians desire to change the world?

A guest blog by  Jody Payne Tonight I crept out of my writer’s cave to hear an interview with an obvious non-athlete at the Olympian Games. He talked of the athlete’s desire to change the world. Excuse me?… Read More

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Solitude – One Word Wednesday

Most of us have been held captive by winter’s hold for so long now. Too long. We’ve been isolated. Stuck inside. Alone. Consider Lord Byron’s take on solitude. Thanks to Edie Melson of The Write Conversation for sharing her… Read More

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Liminal Space and Me

I recently learned about a concept called Liminal Space. I’d never heard the term before so off to Google I went. Liminality is a transition period where normal limits to thought, self-understanding and behavior are relaxed – a… Read More

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Shiver – One Word Wednesday

We spent last week in Houston, Texas where an uncharacteristic winter ice storm came though. The whole city shutdown. Southerners know how to sweat. Not slip, skate, and slide. My experience is that’s true of ice and rain!… Read More

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Resolutions Checkup – One Word Wednesday

We’re three weeks into the New Year. How are your resolutions working out? Goal setting reminds me of eating at a cafeteria. All those choices and, as my grandmother would always say when I could barely lift my food… Read More

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Are you a Pogo Writer?

A writing career is different from other occupations. A writer has to make up their route to success. There’s no policy and procedure manual, no checklist for success. What to do and how to do it is solely… Read More

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