Grant yourself a successful writing session

Posted: January 21, 2014 in Writing Advice

Grant writing consists of a strong needs statement. A needs statement is the mission and vision packed into a powerful punch. Your writing “needs statement” should encompass what you hope to accomplish with your words. Brandi Reissenweber of the Gotham Writers’ Workshop advises in “The Craft of a Plan” to think of writing in terms of short and long term goals. These must be measurable and easy to implement. You are your own boss in the writing process so you have to reassess and account for your goals. Reward your self and set up a schedule to keep your writing plan lasting a long time. These strategies work for me! See https://wordplay11.wordpress.com/2014/01/15/a-muse-ing/

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  1. Harliqueen says:

    Good post, I think planning short and long terms goals are a great way to go. Hitting short term goals would give a real sense of achievement to keep going on towards the long term ones! 😀

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