Monday Morning Jumpstart –
How to Face Your Fears as a Writer

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Join AWAI Director of Training Jade Trueblood and Success Coach Ted Capshaw as they delve into the common fears that most writers face.

Ted will lead you through noticing and addressing your fears head-on, rather than hiding from them – an important step in your journey to becoming a happy, healthy, and successful writer.

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: March 14, 2022

5 Responses to “Monday Morning Jumpstart: How to Face Your Fears as a Writer”

  1. Excellent as always. I used to teach my students that fear was
    - false expectations appearing real.

    SandiFlock

  2. Faith is a way to overcome some of your fear! It does not mean you won't have it; but you have a way to use it and overcome some of it's hold on your life. Good topic/discussion!

    Panther50

  3. Taking my False Evidence Appearing Real to Face Everything And Rise. From FEAR to FEAR. Action does take you out of the fear into testing if it is real or just false evidence appearing real

    Kim Hicks

  4. Running away from fear is fear , go forward or go back , when opportunity knocks , answer the door , thanks for thinking of me Rebecca , kinda overwhelmed

    Guest (Gary Aure)

  5. Such a topical discussion! Weaves into my own life, especially today (tooth extraction)where fear felt abundant. Beautiful, clear interview. It also helps to know we are all in great company. Thank you for this Monday chat!

    Bohemian Writer


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