Some say we write for an audience of one, because one person reads our story at a time. Granted that our great work is writing the words that reader loves to read, we may also ask ourselves big-picture questions, like
- What talks would I love to give?
- How best may I receive, track, and deal with an increasing income?
- How might I answer classic interview questions?
Success expert Jim Rohn famously said, “Don’t wish it was easier, wish you were better.” That’s thinking big, for even the best keep getting better. Let me rephrase-especially the best.
I hope you’ll have another brilliant writing week. Cheers Mel
This week from @yourwritingmuse: You arrange matters to get a great sleep most nights, ready for the writing ahead. Fab. Your Writing Muse #amwriting @pulpliterature