Wednesday, February 9, 2022 @ 2:00 pm - 3:15 pm Eastern
This webinar will offer practical tools for building consistency and courage, two qualities essential to writing success. You will be guided to examine what courage and consistency mean for your own writing, as well as how to set achievable goals for making incremental progress and identify ways of meeting those goals. You’ll learn several techniques for getting to and staying at the page, overcoming resistance, and tapping into and trusting your creative intuition. You’ll discover ways of finding a fresh perspective on your material. Finally, you’ll compose new work in response to prompts, generating momentum that can carry you into your next writing session. Writers’ reasons for feeling blocked vary but are often related to perfectionism, fear of failure, self-doubt, overwhelm, distraction, and overthinking. We won’t share what we write, but we’ll gather in a spirit of curiosity and generosity to support our own and each other’s writing.
In this webinar, you will:
There will be time for a Q & A at the end of the presentation.
Writing with Consistency and Courage is ideal for writers at any level who are looking to begin a new project, resume an old one, overcome obstacles in a work in progress, or surprise themselves with a forward leap.
All registrants receive a recording.
To request closed captioning, please email [email protected].
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I enjoyed reading other peoples work and getting feedback about my own work– the handouts/video links and class lessons were also very informative and relevantly paced to the give structural guidelines.Catherine O’Neill
I enjoyed reading other peoples work and getting feedback about my own work– the handouts/video links and class lessons were also very informative and relevantly paced to the give structural guidelines.
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