The Secret to Getting Your Written Words on the Page – Part 2

This blog post is a continuation of a post published on March 16, 2021, entitled The Secret to Getting Your Written Words on the Page. And since this follow-up post has been a long time in coming, I'm going to get right to the chase. I'm going to address those strategies I've observed others utilizing and … Continue reading The Secret to Getting Your Written Words on the Page – Part 2

The Secret to Getting Your Written Words on the Page

Do you want to know what the secret of my success is for beginning the physical process of a written work -- the actual pen to paper or hand to keyboard written action of the writing process? Well, I hate to burst your bubble right off the bat, but I have no secret sauce for … Continue reading The Secret to Getting Your Written Words on the Page

Blogging Truths Be Told: Writing About Everything?

I'm soooooo tired of hearing content creators say that you can't write about everything or at least write on the topics that are most important to you.  I simply built up an immunity to hearing things such as: You have to niche down in order to grow, because you can't appeal to everyone. And the … Continue reading Blogging Truths Be Told: Writing About Everything?

Back to Natural Basics (in Content Creation): Focus on the Right Stuff

If I were to define "the right stuff", I'd have to explain it as the "stuff" you're good at, you enjoy doing, and that's most important. So, when I think about going back to natural basics in content and product creation, I'm forced to pay attention to those activities that will hit all three criteria … Continue reading Back to Natural Basics (in Content Creation): Focus on the Right Stuff

Reliving the Fears from Your Writing Process

Earlier this week, I had a strange phenomenon greet me and, surprisingly, it involved my self-published book. I announced in a previous post that I would be participating in some "strength training" for my voice in preparation for creating the audio book for Playground . . . I mentioned that I would be reading my book … Continue reading Reliving the Fears from Your Writing Process