Jan 14, 2023
Do you expect somebody (eg an editor, a source) or something (an idea, an interview) to make you feel excited about the story you’re going to pitch?
If so, you’d benefit from changing your relationship with pitching and learn to sell yourself on your story ideas.
A similar dynamic is often in place with goals: If you’re in an adversarial relationship with your goal, it’s time to learn to engage with them in a more fruitful way.
This Tuesday, January 17, I’m teaching an exclusive goal setting workshop for everyone who is registered for Freelance Writer Bootcamp (the upcoming sessions as well as alumni). If you join Bootcamp before then, you’ll get an invite and get coached on your relatoinship with your goal as well.
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