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The 30-Day Writing Challenge.

If you’ve been reading this blog for a while, you will know that I love me a challenge.

So I decided to take up a new one: to write every day, for 30 days. It’s a resolution of mine, to practice my writing – to write myself back to life. And what better place to do that, then my blog.

I’ve searched the internet, and the best idea of them all is the one that Andrea Balt posted here:

 

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So over the next 30 days, I will be posting something every day. I will make it quite random, whatever inspires me that day, but also I will inspire myself from this:

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If you want to see how this goes, please follow my journey throughout the next 30 days! Anything you want me to write about, leave a comment below. All your support is appreciated.
Please watch this space tomorrow...

Peace & Love, 

M

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Monica

Aspiring Wellness and Travel Journalist.
With a passion for books, music and Art, in the quest to discover my soul's Consciousness.
In my free time I am a vegetarian chef with a wild desire to be Free.

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8 Comments

  • 1. Passion—your love for creating and communicating about your work

    2. Purpose—personal, literary, publishing, and community goals that inspire you to achieve them

    3. Prose—devoting yourself to the holy trinity of content: reading, writing, and sharing

    The holy trinity of communication is people, platform, and pre-promotion.

    4. People—crowdsourcing your success by building win-win relationships with engaged, committed communities of people you serve who want to help you, because they know, like, and trust you. Using your passion to serve others is the ultimate key to success and happiness.

    5. Platform–continuing visibility with your communities and buyers for your kind of book

    6. Pre-promotion–test-marketing your work in as many ways as you can

    7. Promotion— serving your communities by sharing your passion for the value of your work

    8. Professionalism

    a positive perspective about publishing
    being a contentpreneur running a business that creates, promotes, and re-purposes a steady stream of scalable content in as many forms, media, and countries as you can
    building a brand
    maximizing your ability to innovate and be creative, and your use of technology
    being a life-long learner
    9. People, Planet, and Profit—making the effects of your efforts on the holy trinity of sustainability—in this order–the criteria for determining what you do

    10. Perseverance—the holy trinity uniting the ten keys: content, communication, and commitment. Having courage, a plan, patience, discipline, faith in yourself, a long-term perspective; failing your way to success; simplifying your life; and celebrating your victories

    • Happy new year, Arlene!
      I hope you do try the writing challenge this year! I am looking at doing another one too, to get back into writing :)

      xx

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