Thanks to Robin, Robert, Greg, Mark, and Linda for calling into the show, Andrea and Dave who typed in on chat, and to everyone who listened!
As is the end-of-the year tradition, we talked about our 2010 accomplishments and started setting goals for the new year. I always encourage people to pick at least one personal goal, as well as a professional writing goal, for the new year. Sometimes we need to get our personal lives in order (new place to live, organized workspace, eat healthy) in order to find success on a professional level (write a book, finish a screenplay, find an agent).
If you are stuck on goals, brainstorm a list of all you want to accomplish. Then narrow it down, prioritize, and decide on your big goals for the year and the little goals that will make them happen. Remember to look at your goals on a regular basis, as that is what facilitates success: you have to know what you want to achieve in order to achieve it!
Please post your 2011 Goals in the comment section below.
Happy Writing! And Happy Holidays. To your success!
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