27: Writing Smarter, Not Harder: The Art of Leaving a Scene Unfinished

Season #2

 In this new episode in my motivation series, I offer some advice that might seem counter-intuitive: leave things undone. 

Today, I talk about the all or nothing mentality, and the trick to going into your writing project with the intention NOT to finish. To end the session in the middle of the next scene so you can pick up where you left off and it doesn't seem so daunting.

You'll learn some of the challenges that sap our motivation as writers, and I'll unpack this "mind hack" that just might give you the extra burst of confidence, excitement, and motivation to come back to your manuscript day after day.


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