by Kate Wallace | Mar 7, 2021 | Writing Advice
Now that in-person networking is mostly out of the sales and marketing equation, content is more important AND more challenging than ever. Here’s how to stay inspired when you’re running on empty.
by Kate Wallace | Feb 20, 2021 | Writing Advice
In writing, the more you plan and the clearer your process, the better it will go. This is true for part-time or amateur or hobbyist writers, not just for the pros. Here are the best ways to structure your writing practice to make it more successful and enjoyable
by Kate Wallace | Feb 7, 2021 | Writing Advice
After nearly 20 years of writing professionally, I’ve faced many mental blocks to getting BIC (butt in chair) and pen to paper. Procrastination can take many forms. My favourite? Over-researching to avoid getting started. In this post, I’m sharing the biggest mindset struggles that keep peeps from writing.
by Kate Wallace | Jan 24, 2021 | Writing Advice
After a year like 2020, it’s hard to find the words to share your success story without coming across as braggy or insincere. Here’s how to share your wild successes tactfully online.
by Kate Wallace | Jan 10, 2021 | Writing AdviceSo, the year-that-shall-not-be-named has finally ended and what did we learn from it? It’s hard to say. It’s going to take more than a couple of weeks to parse the impact the last 10 months have had on the world. But even in the early days of our next spin around the...
by Kate Wallace | Dec 13, 2020 | Writing Advice
The mini-lights are twinkling, the eggnog’s topped with rum, and the smell of pine boughs is in the air. This writer is feeling festive and—while Orange Phase restrictions have put a serious damper on my shopping this year—I’m sending you a stocking full of intangible, but valuable, gifts for your holiday writing projects and 2021 storytelling resolutions.