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Starting

I read an excellent blog post today about starting at Six Degrees of Separation. Hard as it is to create tangible goals, it’s even harder at times to actually BEGIN… both setting the goals and then doing the work to

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A fresh start

It’s been a long while since I’ve given this website much attention. Life has been busy. Projects have popped up. I’ve tackled things that come up as they come up, but haven’t been following a specific plan. Planning takes time,

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First things first

This afternoon, I was sitting on a park bench, catching some spring sunshine, and skimming through the book by Stephen Covey and Roger and Rebecca Merrill, First Things First. The book talks about determining what’s really important to us and

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What are you working on next?

This afternoon, I talked about my experiences as a professional writer with a few participants in a youth literacy project called “In Our Own Words”, held at Alexandra Neighbourhood House in White Rock, BC. At the end of my talk,

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Begin with a bang; end with a bang

Boom! It’s the New Year! The world is awash with new goals, new plans. Want to know how to end the year with a bang as well? No, I don’t mean at a big bash on News Year’s Eve. I

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The hedgehog and the fox

I’m currently reading the book Good to Great, by Jim Collins, a gift from the new Executive Officer at work. I admit, I am not reading it in chapter order, as I have a few things on my mind lately

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Why tracking results matters

The final step in The Writers Plan is to ‘evaluate your results’. But in many ways, it sits at #3 is the ranking of importance, after creating a vision and determining the steps to achieve that vision. Let’s say your

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Welcome writers!

The Writer’s Plan site is dedicated to helping writers create a personalized business plan. To succeed in any endeavor, we need a vision and a series of steps to take towards that vision. The first step begins here.

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