Writing Exercises

FREE Confidence-Building Exercises for Writers 

Struggling WriterFeelings come and go.  One day we feel like we’re on top of the world.  The next day we feel like the world is on top of us.  Did you know that feelings are often the result of what we think about ourselves?

What we think about ourselves plays a critical role in our overall success, and negative thoughts can cause us to sell ourselves short and impede our ability to reach our highest potential.  We may say things or act in ways that suggest we are anything short of capable and effective.  This can also be bad news for us as writers because we may develop a tendency to:

  • Procrastinate in submitting guest blog posts
  • Use perfectionism as an excuse to not submit a book proposal for publication
  • Allow others to seize publication or networking opportunities ahead of us
  • Fear no one will want to read what we’ve written

Sound familiar?  This is where I can help.  I am Kristen Clark, a fellow speaker and writer.  My articles have appeared in numerous journals and magazines, while my inspirational stories have been published by Chicken Soup for the Soul.

I am also a confidence expert and my passion is to help others build confidence in their effort to reach higher  levels of personal success and fulfill their noble purpose.  This is why I have developed SIX writing exercises designed to help you practice your writing craft while building the confidence you need to:

  • Grow your platform by responding to all guest blog invitations
  • Finish that book proposal and send it to at least 20 publishers
  • Seize networking and publishing opportunities for yourself, as God presents them
  • Use your God-given talents to share your message of hope with those who need it most

Are you interested?  Fill out the form below and starting immediately you’ll receive SIX FREE confidence-building writing exercises, making it convenient for you to get started right away.  

Act now, and start building the confidence you need to reach those waiting to read your special message.

Your message matters.  It deserves to be heard!

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