Do you struggle to write well … to write consistently … and to share your knowledge and stories with the world?
For a long time, I did. Growing up, I always thought that great writing was something others did – you know, the creative eccentrics, the lone geniuses. I struggled with procrastination when writing, I struggled with imposter syndrome, and I struggled with the fear of judgment by others.
Because of that, I spent a long time avoiding writing – whether it was writing at work, writing for school, or just writing for my own enjoyment. It wasn’t until I went back to graduate school that I faced and conquered these fears. Now, I do consider myself a good writer and I’m confident sharing my work with the world.
Don’t make the same mistake I did. Eliminate your fear and master your writing!
Today I speak with Kathryn Britton about how you can integrate writing into your life and become a great writer. We’ll discuss the most effective habits and practices of writing and provide key insights to help you improve your writing.
In today’s episode, Kathryn and I discuss:
- The roots of procrastination when it comes to writing and how we can overcome this obstacle
- How we can find story seeds to inspire our writing
- Practical ways we can integrate writing into our busy lives
- A book recommendation that will change you and your writing for the better.
- And a ton of other key insights and practical lessons!
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Bird by Bird: Some Instructions on Writing and Life by Anne Lamotte
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The best place to find out more about Kathryn is at her website.
CPPA presentation presentation on writing well with positive writing – Opening up the Door to Positive Writing
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