What’s the big deal about setting writing goals?

This post makes me realize that you can keep writing all year round. Busy. Busy. Busy ; and at the year end you have achieved nothing.



If you have been following us on social media in the past week you will know that we have been talking about writing goals and how to make them work. Over the weekend we had a training session where we helped writers develop their writing goals.

Today, we want to make sure that you understand the reason why we insist that you have writing goals.

The first reason why we want you to set your writing goal is perfectly highlighted in this quote by Bill Copeland.

“The trouble with not having a goal is that you can spend your life running up and down the field and never score.”

Goal setting helps you to be specific

Not highlighting in detail what you want to achieve with your writing this year can mean that you’d always be busy, busy writing or working, but at the end of the year you may…

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