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One year complete

David Gane
David Gane
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Today is the final day of my first year of daily writing. There's been challenges, fails, and wins, and overall, I'm happy with what I did. So what are my plans going forward:

  1. Keep writing. I enjoy doing this daily, and I'm not ready to quit.
  2. Accept writing on here daily may only be a hobby (and that's okay).
  3. Quick, tight, short posts!
  4. Continue to explore my voice.
  5. Continue exploring my voice in both my blog and my newsletter.
  6. Continue to grow my coaching business. (I only realized I should have  discussed this during my week-long reflection.)
  7. Freshen up the coaching page. Tighter, sharper, more focused.
  8. Maybe get some engagement....? 🤷‍♂️
  9. Be grateful and happy for the opportunity to post on my little corner of the internet.

Did I miss anything? Slap that comment button and tell me below.

Thank you to everyone who has given this blog a chance and read a few posts or stories. As #9 says, I'm always grateful and happy when you visit.


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Co-writer of the Shepherd and Wolfe young adult mysteries, the internationally award-winning series, and teacher of storytelling and screenwriting.


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