Setting intentions is a powerful tool for helping us achieve writerly happiness and fulfillment. They provide us with insight to our writer self’s values, aspirations, and purpose. Our intentions allow us to live in the present moment while still aiming toward new achievements. Setting an intention is one step toward our goal. The intention, because it’s something that comes from our heart or mind, will satisfy and fulfill us as we continue our journey toward our goal.
What is an intention?
An intention is an actionable step toward a writing goal. You can have one or many throughout the day. You can repeat intentions or you can mix them up depending on your targeted goals. An intention can be purely spiritual (boosting self-confidence), it can be related to productivity (aiming for a specific daily word count), or it can be about anything you need to accomplish.
An intention should be directly related to a specific writing goal you want to attain. For example . . . [READ MORE]