Mind The GAP
Release Date: 04/03/2021
Gabriela Pereira of DIYMFA talks about her belief that you don't go to a workshop, you workshop writing and what that looks like in her DIYMFA community.info_outline Gabriela Pereira and DIYMFA Pt. 1 Plus a writing prompt from Caroline Kim
How is writing like a martial art or a Montesorri school? Find out in my interview with DIYMFA's Gabriela Pereira And stay tuned for my thoughts on Caroline Kim's prompt for the StoryADay Challenge ::Links:: Caroline Kim's Writing Prompt: Register for Gabriela's workshop: https://storyaday.org/diymfaworkshop/info_outline Keep Writing Until It Gets Weird
Going from week 2 to week 3 of the challenge, something wonderful happens...things start to get weird, and it becomes about 'getting it done' not 'making it good'. And that is a gift.info_outline StoryADay Sept Week 1
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There are so many easy excuses for not writing, not taking part in challenges, not joining groups...even when we know they'd help. In this episode I encourage you to dismantle those excuses and let yourself be a happy writer, instead. ::LINKS:: StoryADay Superstars: Writing prompt: StoryADay September sign up: https://storyaday.org/signupinfo_outline Other Writers' Brains plus a writing prompt from Premee Mohamed
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If Simone Biles can get Gymnast's Block, and Simone Manuel can get Swimmer's Block, can we stop staying Writer's Block isn't real?info_outline Jack of All Trades?
What are you working on right now, and how do you work? Do you flit between projects or knuckle down and master each skill? That's what I'm talking about this week on the podcast.info_outline A Writing Life
This week I talk about a concept you either love or hate: consistency. If you're a hater (like I was) I'm here with some new ways for you to think about consistency that will contribute to that beloved word: progress.info_outline
There is a danger zone between our aspirations and the moment when our writing practice begins to click. You can navigate it safely if you Mind the GAP.
Also: My ShortLIST for figuring out which courses and events to sign up for in the always-crowded summer of Writing Conferences and Festivals.
It's an acronym-heavy episode this week, but it's all here to help you become the writer you know you're meant to be.
MIND THE GAP
Phase 1 - Getting Started (exciting)
Phase 2 - Aaargh! (uncomfortable, danger zone)
Phase 3 - Persistent progress (easy)
L - Learning
I - Implementation
S - Support
T - Trust
LINKS Shiny Object Syndrome Worksheet Deciding if you should invest in an event/course/book
Writing prompt https://storyaday.org/wow-sight