Last week I talked a bit about reflection—looking at the past year and appreciating what worked and what might not have worked.
I might not have stressed enough the importance of reflection. Without reflection, improvement is UNATTAINABLE. Continue reading “Reflect, Embrace and Move Forward”
It gets crazy with all the events, work, social media, family commitments, and pure clutter that crop up every day. Not that some of these things aren’t important; they are. However, to be successful in writing, you need focus.
With focus, you become more efficient and the process becomes repeatable. Focus allows you to concentrate on what your abilities can do, and where they can take you. We have many excuses—time, money, insecurity—the list goes on. Continue reading “Focus”