Make this year your most successful writing year ever by considering the following questions to set your goals and intentions. At the start of each year, we're encouraged by nearly everyone around us to make resolutions for the new year. Oftentimes, the resolutions are supposed to do with eating better, exercising more, or being a better person. Here at Writer's Digest , we know writers aren't immune from the pressure to make their own version of New Year's resolutions. And that's great! Trying to be better is a noble cause. But rather than just make a resolution and watch it gradually fall by the wayside as January turns to February and life takes over (guilty as charged!), we want to help you set goals and intentions with actionable steps so you can find writing success in 2023—no matter what that looks like to you. Use the following questions to journal your thoughts, explore your hesitations, and get honest with yourself about what you want to achieve in 2023. [Listen to our January 2023 Writer's Digest Presents podcast episode about defining success before you work on these prompts.] Intention Setting 1. What do you hope to achieve with your writing year? Is it something personal or public? 2. What are the obstacles you foresee standing in your way of achieving these goals? 3. Do any of these goals require approval or buy-in from someone other than yourself to be considered complete or achieved? If so, who? (E.g., potential agents or […]
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