There’s an audience for everything, no matter how mainstream or obscure. We creators must keep creating. Over time, our audience will slowly build.
Living our best lives requires continual refinement, growth, and education. How are you investing in yourself?
Are you a long-haul writer, or does low engagement scare you into immediate action? Writing requires dicipline and willpower to stick around.
Reflect on three questions to focus your memories, retain details, and take your creative projects from good to extraordinary.
No matter how big or small, an entrepreneurial bet helps move your business forward with financial gains or educational moments.
Today, we’re making a call for submissions for growth-focused stories. How do you water your writing? How do you keep words healthy and fresh?
Feedback is so important for writers. So many of you have told us you crave feedback and support if only you knew where to find it.
Last month, I asked “How can we help?” So many of you responded! Over and over I read and responded to emails requesting accountability, encouragement, and a team of supporters. Jessica and I were already in the process of the next major chapter of The Writing Cooperative and your emails affirmed we were on the…
Use Maui’s advice to find success: Move beyond the reef. Visualize your destination. Know where you are by knowing where you’ve been.
It’s time to learn from Ferris Bueller: “Life moves pretty fast. If you don’t stop and look around once in a while, you could miss it.”
Today is the autumnal equinox. Besides being fun to say (go ahead, try it, I’ll wait: aa-tum-null), it’s one of only two days out of the year where the day and night are equal in length. The last equinox? Well, it was day three of the national “15-Days to Stop The Spread” campaign. That went…
“Tell me (and the rest of our community) what you need encouragement in this week.” I posted this question to The Writing Cooperative’s Facebook Group earlier this week. It wasn’t something I planned, it just felt like a good conversation starter (I called the thread “Tell Me Tuesday” which had excellent alliteration). Every response had…