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Even Steve Harvey Loves Asheville

Even Steve Harvey Loves Asheville

I love it when I hear other people show such love and appreciation for my hometown of Asheville and the neighboring areas. So I just had to share this link to a video from the Steve Harvey Show. He is a big fan of Asheville and the neighboring Great Smoky Mountains of...
17 Visual Content Ideas for Social Media Sharing

17 Visual Content Ideas for Social Media Sharing

Do you ever find yourself at a loss over what to post on your social media accounts, or feel like you’ve run out of content? While not all of these ideas are specific to writers, they could easily be adapted to your individual needs. So, here are 20...
The Secret to Overcoming Fear: Part 2

The Secret to Overcoming Fear: Part 2

This is a continuation of my article The Secret to Overcoming Fear. If you missed part one, you can read it here. F-E-A-R (False Evidence Appearing Real) So, What Am I Really Afraid Of? Figuring out what was really keeping me from finishing my manuscript and launching...
The Secret to Overcoming Fear: Part 1

The Secret to Overcoming Fear: Part 1

PART I: My Story Just reading those four little letters can bring up a strong emotional response deep within. Fear plays an important role in our everyday lives, and can be a positive or negative. Fear can keep us safe by preventing us from doing things that are...
Infuse Your Passion Into Your Story

Infuse Your Passion Into Your Story

In a recent interview with writer and movie director, Luc Besson, when asked where his ideas come from, he responded how he is inspired by ordinary people who live their lives with passion. “You need to have all your senses open. You need to keep yourself in life,...
How To Finish What You Start In Five Easy Steps

How To Finish What You Start In Five Easy Steps

I came across an excellent post by Ali Luke of Aliventures. Ali is a writer and writing coach. The post, “How to Finish What You Start: A Five-Step Plan for Writers” really hit home with me as a multi-passionate. I am that person who has a drawer full of manuscript...
Stay the Course or Go with the Flow

Stay the Course or Go with the Flow

I think the hardest thing about pursuing my career as a writer has been staying consistent. As a multi-passionate person, putting everything I have into a single endeavor has always been extremely difficult for me. That is why it took me almost seven years to jump in...
The 10,000 Hour Rule: Proficiency versus Mastery

The 10,000 Hour Rule: Proficiency versus Mastery

For those of you who haven’t heard of the 10,000 Hour Rule,  it states that it takes approximately 10,000 hours of deliberate practice to master a skill, any skill. That means that it would take 10 years of practicing a skill 3 hours a day, or 5 years of practicing it...

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