Goal Setting for Creatives
What are you writing toward in 2022?
We all know writing resolutions will fail you. Let’s talk about why and set you up to reach your writing goals in 2022.
In our one-hour workshop, Goal Setting for Creatives, you will:
This workshop will be led by Sam Garland. She is an actor, writer, producer, podcaster, and creative career coach who is deeply curious about the human brain – why it always dreams big, and then fails so miserably to show up for itself. Sam believes the stories you tell are a gift to your audience. They help us filter what we don’t know, don’t understand, or can’t comprehend. They bring us together, allow us to heal, give us strength to challenge the status quo, and show us at our best selves. She wants to work with writers to make sure their stories find the right format and the right audience to be heard.
- Learn how to set goals that aren’t just dreams.
- Define for yourself what success will mean in 2022.
- Learn the biggest reason you’re NOT writing, and how to fix it.
- Tap into the innate fuel that will drive all your writing this year, and beyond.
- Map out your year in one hour, so you know exactly what you’re writing toward – and why.
1 hour, live on Zoom
Tuesday January 13
5pm Pacific / 8pm Eastern
3 Slots Left in "Writing Is Rewriting"
Our winter Concept to Pages and Writing Is Rewriting online workshops start on January 8th and 15th, respectively. Concept to Pages is full, but three slots still remain for Writing is Rewriting, so register now! Our Spring workshop dates will be announced very soon.
Italy Writing Retreats
Our Italy screenwriting retreats return in 2022! We'll be in our hill town of Orvieto May 30 to June 11, and in our latest villa location in the Chianti region September 4-17. Join us for the perfect creative getaway and take your next idea from a concept to the page, or rewrite an existing draft. We will provide structure, accountability, new tools, and the support of a creative community of mentors and students. Find out more HERE.
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