How would you react if someone peeked over your shoulder as you type THE END and said, “This sucks. Don't bother to submit it.” Or…
What if they caught you staring at a blank page and suggested, “why don't you check your email and come back to this later?” Or worse said, “Maybe this writing thing isn't for you.”
Would you defend your skills as a writer? Or punch them in the face?
My guess is you wouldn't follow their advice.
Then why do you entertain and give into this chatter when it creeps into your writing day?
Because you don't see that you are not the source of a message like, “I'm not good enough,” You just field it.
No worries. I didn't see it either. My coaching mentor explained this to me.
So, where does negative self-talk come from?
Your Gremlin, also known as your inner critic, Resistance, or the narrator in your head. And he's armed and dangerous. But...
With a little detective work, you can disarm and lock this dastardly devil up.
By playing the game I developed to deter or disarm my gremlin, 10-Tunner.
Yep, a game with a gameboard, playbook and audio strategy sessions.
How about a sneak peek at the instructions? (You know, that booklet we leave in the box.)
To clear the chatter that derails writing sessions, and reach a daily writing goal for 7 days straight.
WHO CAN PLAY:
Bloggers, students, authors, solo-preneurs, screenwriters, stay-at-home parents, copywriters, retirees...anyone who has words to write but is plagued by negative self-talk.
Printable gameboard and playbook (PDF)
2 focused, no-fluff audio (MP3) strategy sessions (19 min total)
HOW TO PLAY:
Listen to the audio coaching, which reveals how to..
- Profile your gremlin.
- Infiltrate his operation
- defuse the messages he fires at you. And...
- Lock 'em up every day and write.
Apply the techniques explained in the recording.
Mark your gameboard to track your progress.
WINNING THE GAME
You win the day if you disarm your gremlin and reach your goal.
You collect a prize if you defeat your gremlin more days than he beats you.
That's it. Outwit your gremlin. Lock him up. Reach your writing goals. And collect a prize.
Super simple but not easy.
No worries. You get email access to me, your coach. I'll help you defeat your gremlin on the tough days. And celebrate with a fist-bump when you win.
Ready to commit to the risk free Clear The Chatter Challenge?
Risk free? Yep, you can play for 60 days. If you decide Clear The Chatter sucks, I'll refund your hard earned cash.
You can't win if you don't play, so I triple-dog dare you to click the “I want this” button.