This week, achieve your goals with your writing by writing down your intention each time you write.
Intentions are important. When you write an intention, you set a goal and a destination. However, it's important that you WRITE your intention, so you'll remember it.
With your intention in mind, you'll stay on track, because all writing tends to morph - you forget what your intentions were, get confused, and decide that your writing's rubbish. :-)
Writing your intention is especially important if you're a new writer, and haven't yet got the writing habit. (See my new Write More class, if you want help in developing a writing habit.)
Here are a couple of intentions I've used:
* Write a Web page for P's site; response required is to click through to the sales page;
* Write a scene. R's goal is to get W to commit to promoting him, W's goal is to find out what R knows about the merger.
There's no format for an intention - write it in any way you please, but do write it. :-)
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