Be inspired by others. Something you recently read could probably use your perspective.
Another of my favorite writers, the inimitable Margaret Atwood. Perfection is not necessary to write. Get your ideas out first, then edit, edit, edit.
Kelly has saved me countless hours each month writing our newsletter and developing and sending out our press releases. Her energy for this project is invaluable, and something I simply dont have. Shes been a tremendous asset to my company. Margaret Otero, InaBind of New Mexico
Practice short & be flexible. Not every piece of writing is a novel. A blog, social media post or article can be a single line or paragraph.
In our marginal existence, what else is there but this voice within us, this great weirdness we are always leaning forward to listen to? Read more, here.
I loved the collaboration of our work on my business website copy. You understood what I was saying and without a struggle, pulled together the right words and sentences, and made the process so smooth. Im looking forward to fulfilling my other marketing avenues with your input.
Terry Morris, Morris Administration
Friday Tip: Let go of perfection. Done is better than perfect. First get your ideas out, then go back and edit.