How to Set Writing Goals | Rebecca Livermore | Skillshare
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8 Lessons (14m)
    • 1. Intro

    • 2. The Perfect Time to Set Writing Goals

    • 3. What do you want to accomplish with your writing?

    • 4. What worked well for you in the past?

    • 5. What type of writing will you do?

    • 6. What's your budget?

    • 7. Question to Ask Every Day

    • 8. Your Project


About This Class

Tony Robbins once said that setting goals is the first step in turning the invisible into the visible.

This is so true, because without goals, it’s very difficult to clearly see what it is that you want to accomplish, and if you write without being able to see where you’re going, you may work super hard without ever really getting anywhere.

A lack of goals also makes it very difficult to evaluate how you’re doing with your writing, and what you can do to improve upon it. 

With that in mind, I've created this brief but powerful course that walks you through five questions to ask when creating writing goals for the new year. While I'm publishing this class as one year is ending and a new one is beginning, if you happen upon this at another time of year, don't let that discourage you or make you feel that you've missed out. Regardless of the time of year or your personal circumstances, RIGHT NOW is the perfect time to set writing goals.

Another plus is that you can benefit from asking yourself the same five questions presented in this course for shorter time periods such as monthly or quarterly, and the fifth question is a secret weapon that you can ask yourself every single day. That one question has made the biggest impact on my life and business compared to any other question or tactic I've ever used, and I look forward to hearing about the impact it will have on your life and writing as well!

As a complement to this class, be sure to check out How to Discover and Achieve the WHY for your Blog and Business. While the class is focused on blogging and business, the concepts in it apply to all aspects of writing and life.

Happy writing!