What do you do when you have a plan for a writing project in place, but it goes terribly wrong? What is your response?
When you slip up, do those powerful feelings that you’re not allowed to make a mistake overwhelm you?
If you tend to be a perfectionist, it can be hard to take the slip-ups in stride.
In the May edition of my e-newsletter, Smart Tips for Writers, I offer some thoughts and tips about what will help you be in solution mode, rather than going straight to meltdown, when you hit a rough patch.
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Nancy Whichard, Ph.D., PCC
Your International Dissertation Coach and Academic Career Coach
nancy @ nancywhichard.com