I CHALLENGE you to 30 DAYS of WRITING!
Can you write every day for 30 days?
(Yes, that means weekends too!)
That’s exactly what I’m challenging you to do with this unique and powerful coaching offer that’s unlike anything I’ve ever done before!
Here’s a chance to show up EVERY DAY for your writing project and for journalling – to discover the hidden aspects of your writing life.
Each day you’ll get an email from me with a prompt to jot down thoughts about your process (for 15 minutes), and to write on a creative project of your choosing for another 15 minutes. What you will discover as you move through the consistency is up to you. Especially if you’re ... Read more
by Steve on June 17th, 2015
How can you get yourself going when the going gets rough? One of the key things as a writer is to stay on track: to continue to create new material and polish older material.
But what happens when you just don’t feel like it?? If you’re like me, you’ve definitely stumbled into moments where you’re less motivated. Then what?
This week’s question of the week is about how you can motivate your writing life. I have three suggestions in this video that will take you less than two minutes to watch.
Check it out on the YouTube Page.
Last week’s free Creative Expression Session on Crowdfunding is a session that many of you have ... Read more
by Steve on June 10th, 2015
This week’s Question of the Week is about How to Get Help from Writers. Clearly there are professionals out there who have answers to the things you want to know. They might be resources to you as you search for an agent and look for career advice. But what do you need to know in order to get the help you need?
The answer is fairly straightforward. Find it here.
If you’re looking to raise funds for a project, crowdfunding is a GREAT way to do it. But which platform do you use? Who do you get to help you? And what do you need to know in order to launch a great and successful campaign?
My web series SEND ... Read more
by Steve on June 3rd, 2015
Are you showing up for your art? And if you are who’s showing up for you?
If there’s one thing that helps me super-charge my work as a writer, it’s being able to check in with people.
I do this frequently with an accountability group, a mastermind group, and several artist-friends individually. I do it every week, several times a week.
- I get clear about what I’m working on.
- I get clear about my progress.
- I feel supported and encouraged.
- I also have a community to help me move through the tough times and get back on the horse.
Who’s supporting you?
I’m starting a 6 Week Accountability Class NEXT WEEK!
by Steve on May 29th, 2015
It’s a challenge to work hard at your writing projects, only to find out that you didn’t get the job, win the contest, or land the agent. We’ve talked about utilizing a shift in perspective so you don’t feel the sting of the “rejection myth”. Even without that sting, it can be a process to move on.
I’m moving through a similar space, since I didn’t land a network TV job. While I continue to work on my projects, I’ve been thinking about what it takes to appreciate myself as a writer. On some level, that’s what we’re aiming for isn’t it?
Here are some thoughts on celebrating who you are in the creative world ... Read more