When I first heard the words “project manage” and “your writing” in the same sentence, my head almost exploded.
I’m the kind of person who literally cries when faced with a complicated spreadsheet. The first time someone asked me about a pivot table, I almost had a heart attack.
And no, I’m not being dramatic. I swear. I’m just one of those people who has, er, trouble with traditional organizing principles. Until I talked to today’s podcast guest.
Christine Carron is the founder of Goodjelly, which helps writers not only get their writerly work done, but find joy in the process.
Can you imagine!? Joy in a process?
We talk about:
- How process in writing terms doesn’t mean spreadsheets and reporting
- How to “powerkeep” your writing
- A mind-blowing way to tame your inner critic
- How to find the joy again in your work, regardless of how much time each day you have to devote to it
And so much more.
This conversation helped me so much. If you’re a writer who could use some tips on how to not only work smarter, but have fun doing it, then it’s going to help you too.
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