Monday Morning Jumpstart:
Facing Your Insecurities as A Writer
Are you facing your insecurities as a writer? Are you even sure that you’re aware of them? Or are you masking them to the best of your ability, so no one will see who you really are underneath?
This week’s Monday Motivation for Writers session goes deep – as AWAI Chief Success Officer Ted Capshaw and Director of Training Jade Trueblood discuss why facing your insecurities can make you a stronger writer – and a more successful solopreneur.
Not only that, but you may find that you forge deeper connections with clients, better relationships with those you love, and a more satisfying writing business.
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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Thank you, a lift is always appreciated
Guest (DAVID SCOTT) –
I'm glad that this is the first Monday Morning Jumpstart I've attended, and that I chose to watch it! I'm a fairly confident person--keeping humble is a bigger challenge for me--though insecurities are a major barrier to my writing. Fear of success should absolutely be on my list!
Wendy C –
So true. Tks for the reminder. We should all try to make this sentiment viral and pass it along.
I have hardly ever felt insecure. Not in learning about nursing, not in being a nurse, not in teaching scuba Diving not in being a mother, not in life issues. I am totally insecure about this writing world and I can't get past it...yet
Guest (DeeJay) –
Although I published a news letter each month, I feel that I don't have the confidence to write for someone else.I know what i know but know nothing about them!
Guest (Edward h Straub) –
I am thankful that I found this Monday morning message on Insecurity! I used to write for the media (NBC) before I even knew I could write and subsequently see my press releases in The Washington Post. I have been away from writing because I have been insecure about not being current with the latest tools and techniques. I am also grateful for AWAI and the amazing offerings! Thank you everyone for what you are doing to build talented, powerful and confident writers!! I'm now on my way!
Dee Avriel –