This week, we’re talking about deliberate practice. Deliberate practice is the process of practicing something repetitively for the sake of improvement rather than enjoyment.
Have you ever heard of the term ‘deliberate practice’? If you haven’t, don’t worry about it, I’m going to tell you everything you need to know. More importantly, I want to share with you today how this concept absolutely transformed my writing and, as a result, my life.
For the final topic this week, I want to discuss the protection of our most valuable resource. There are few things in this world that are truly finite, with time being the most significant among them.
Life is full of distractions. There are always things vying for your attention, and this only gets more true the further you go. The more successful you are, the more opportunities you’ll have.
2024 is here to stay, bringing with it opportunities. Some are good, some are bad, and some are in between. The question is, which opportunities should you say yes to and which should you let pass you by?
For our final video this week, we will be discussing pacing. If you aspire to enhance your writing, then pacing is a crucial aspect to consider. It is an incredibly significant part of writing, yet many writers neglect to invest time in learning how to pace a story, causing their books to suffer.
If there’s one thing that distinguishes excellent books from merely good ones, it’s the dialogue.
There are many ways to improve your writing, but focusing on your prose is likely the most impactful. So, let’s discuss how you can do that.
This week, we are discussing the concept of being different. Or, more accurately, we’re discussing the idea of not being different. We’re exploring how to ‘steal like an artist’.
This week, we’re discussing the concept of “stealing like an artist,” which is actually the title of a fantastic book by Austin Kleon that I highly recommend.
Today, I want to discuss why originality is overrated. Specifically, we’ll be addressing the myth of originality and the importance of learning to imitate those around you as an artist.
This week, we’ve been discussing our end-of-the-year planning, specifically my end-of-the-year planning. I hope you’ll join me in this process. Today, I wanted to delve deeper into how to plan for the future. I’ve been using a particular methodology for some time now, and I’ve found it to be quite effective.