This is great. I used it today. I have put in a few drafts. Trying to steady my gaze and focus like you suggest. Instead of jumping around I am trying to flesh out just one topic.
“… you need the room. You need the door, and you need the determination to shut the door. You need a concrete goal, as well. The longer you keep to these basics, the easier the act of writing will become. Don’t wait for the muse. … Your job is to make sure the muse knows where you’re going to be every day from nine ‘til noon or seven ‘til three.” ~Stephen King, On Writing
Tell me a story about being a writer that you define as successful.
What does that look like?
What does it feel like?
What is your purpose in writing? Is it for yourself or others?
What is your dream?
Give yourself permission to live that dream on the page, just for the next 20 minutes. Allow yourself to express your highest good (whether serving yourself or the world, whether writing fiction, nonfiction or poetry). Know your…
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