Anyone Can Achieve a Writing Goal — Even If You Never Have Before

Check out this post from the Novelty Revisions blog that tells us Anyone Can Achieve a Writing Goal — Even If You Never Have Before

Meg Dowell Writes

Writing is hard.

Never once have I denied this, nor have I made any effort to steer you away from the reality that this is a challenging, time-consuming hobby and/or [dream] job.

But that doesn’t mean you can’t set big goals and dare to dream — or that only a select few writers are capable of achieving their goals. Goal-achieving isn’t about a certain “type” of person. It’s about knowing to set goals that are appropriate for your experience and skill level and how they fit into your overarching plan for success.

Think your goals are too big? Are you overwhelmed — maybe even terrified? Here’s some advice that might help. If you can take your goals and break them down into their smaller parts, this all becomes, at the very least, a little bit easier to manage.

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