Writer,content creator,mentor and motivational speaker. Inspiring others to have a real relationship with God in their everyday lives.
Pro tip: Keep a running record in your phone. Not only do I write on my phone, but I keep an endless story list in my phone too. When I’m ready to sit and write, I choose a topic that I know I can write fast. I never sit down to…
At the end of the entire story I have a call to join my tribe.
The third act is the call-to-action to join my list.
The second act is the delivery of the lesson.
The first act is the set-up.
Make note of your little things and start writing your story!
I’m h… that’s what writing is for me. A place to go, to get lost, and not contemplate the rest of my day. I know my next writing retreat isn’t too far away — today, I’m happy with my little writing retreat process at home.
If you answered yes, try writing sprints.
Do you fly through the first draft stage but hit a wall when it’s time to edit?
In the years since, I’ve had many occasions to both read about changing perspective when you’re stuck in a point of view that isn’t working, and using this method to solve problems and overcome fears.