Monday Morning Jumpstart –
How to Stay True to Yourself as a Writer

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Before you set your sights on your goals and blindly follow through … first you have to answer the question: Who are you?

This is what will help you stay true to yourself as a writer, as you make progress towards your goals.

In this Monday Morning Jumpstart, success coach Ted Capshaw will lead you through the deep questions to ask yourself to be sure you really know who you are as a writer so that you can be sure you stay true to yourself this year and beyond.

Join us every Monday Morning for a boost of writing motivation, plus tips and strategies to make sure you're staying on track and moving towards your goals all year.

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Published: February 14, 2022

2 Responses to “Monday Morning Jumpstart: How to Stay True to Yourself as a Writer”

  1. Inspiring! Enjoyed this immensely. Wrote it down!

    Guest (Pam Grossnickle)

  2. Ted is gold. He needs two more hours to talk about this subject, though.
    Part of the "Who am I?" exercise should be asking a friend who knows you well what makes you distinct. You might assume that others share an important characteristic of yours, but your friend will see what is unique to you.


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