Knowing who you are is a huge thing. This will determine how you write, what you like to write about, where you stand on issues that might come up with your writing, and eventually, how you wan to market yourself.
Getting to know your deeps desires, your core wants, your needs, and what makes you tick is essential to building yourself as an artist.
That beings said, it’s alright not to know. You don’t have to know who you are in order to create. Being an artist, no matter what kind of artist, is how you explore yourself, challenge and express your emotions and ideas.
So while you’re answering this question, you might start by looking at yourself from the outside. Ask yourself these questions:
- This is how I look to the stranger on the street
- This is how I look to my neighbor
- This is how my family/friends see me
- This is how my boss sees me
Then look at each of these answers and challenge them. Are they right? Are they wrong? What are they missing?
Don’t allow your personal feelings and thoughts about yourself get in the way of answering these questions. Be real with yourself. This is an exercise to look beyond any wounds we have, and try and see what it is that we represent.
When you get clear with yourself on who you are, or at least have a page of “I Don’t Know”, the ask yourself how you feel about the answers you came up with. Is there anything on the page you want to change?
January is a time of starting fresh, of setting up good habits to begin the new you.
Through December, to get excited and ready for January, I’m offering a Free 1-hour session in addition to any monthly package or the 6-month package.
This means that if you sign up for either of the monthly packages, you’ll get 5 sessions instead of four. This includes any of the additional bonuses included in the package. For example, if you sign up for the 6-month package, you will get an additional week of partial manuscript reading and critique.
This offer is only if you sign up for my packages through the month of December.
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