Monday, November 16, 2015
What's Your Plan?
Did you write it down?
One key point I tell my writing students is to have a written plan, much like a business plan, for their writing.
A written plan is so important. In my soon-to-be-published revised edition of my writing book, I go into more detail about this. In a nutshell, this graphic explains why you need a written plan:
There's power in writing something down. Writing it down makes it real and tangible. You can reread it. You can use it to keep you on track. A written goal is more viable. It grows from an idea to a possibility then a reality.