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The Problem with Writing as a Means to an End

A writer is not so much someone who has something to say as he is someone who has found a process that will bring about new things he would not have thought of if he had not started to say them. 435 more words

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How do We Keep Improving our Writing Practice?

I spent over a decade of my life as a professional business writer. Add to that my years as a Sustainability Director at a non-profit in Chicago, which required that I do a lot of grant writing and create many types of marketing collateral,  I did a lot of writing.  222 more words

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Your Writing Practice in 2016

If there’s one thing that was reinforced in 2015 for me, it is that life is very short, and frankly that writing is NOT everything. 237 more words

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What does slowing down to accomplish more mean to you?

Most of us have heard at one time or another in our lives, that we need to slow down to accomplish more.  This is common Be Here Now, zen advice, to slow down and focus on one thing at a time.   200 more words

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The Treasure Map of Your Destiny

As promised, in my last post, here is a writing/creative practice that can help you shift into a more co-creative state with your destiny.

It’s really a simple exercise that you can do any way that you would like to do. 689 more words

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Do you ever use writing practices to create change in your life?

Sometimes, at this time of year, we may look back at the year, and wonder what we’ve accomplished.

There may be projects that you intended to start, or changes you wanted to make, that just didn’t go anywhere. 342 more words

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Timey-wimey writing stuff

People assume that time is a strict progression of cause to effect, but *actually* from a non-linear, non-subjective viewpoint – it’s more like a big ball of wibbly wobbly… time-y wimey… stuff.

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Karen Wan reblogged this on Writing Your Destiny and commented:

This is my experience of writing any type of longer project!