I’m a fan of finding ways to deal with stress and anxiety. Who isn’t? Lately, we’ve been handling this as a group thanks to the “Find Your Calm” cards that I got from Sam. So, how well have they been working for me?
With the sheer amount of stuff I manage throughout the week, how do I keep focus on the days when I’m productive? After all, it’s not like I cover the same industry all day long. Well, I’m able to maintain a good workflow by taking a break.
As the year continues to march along, how am I doing with my goal of writing one million words? Well, if things continue to move along smoothly, I should surpass that number by quite a bit. With all of the things I do in a day, how is it possible that I can crank out so much content?
I know a lot of writers, whether they are bloggers, freelancers, or novelists. And over the last decade, I’ve seen quite a few of them prevent their own success. For the most part, it all boils down to various mental hangups.
A lot of writers suffer from one prominent behavior: being overly critical of themselves. In many cases, this has more to do with self-confidence and esteem than anything else. So, how do people get past this behavior to become successful?