The 21 Moments Writing Challenge Has Even Improved MY Writing

by @thewritermama on August 26, 2013 · 1 comment

I was recently reflecting on the uptick in article-writing success I’ve been having lately.

Obviously, some of my success comes from the fact that I am a freelance article writing expert. My name is known for consistent quality work, and this certainly gives me an edge.

However, something else was different and I just couldn’t seem to put my finger on it until some of my fall articles started rolling out.

As I was seeing them in print for the first time, it slowly started dawning on me.

My articles are better. They made a little quantum leap from last spring to this fall.

What was different?

My new articles are more compelling than many of my past parenting articles, and they tap into deeper topics than what I had been tackling before.

It sounded like my writing was getting…more brave.

And that’s when it hit me. I took the 21 Moments Challenge in the spring, and as I read my newly minted work, I recognized that little glimmer of shooting-from-the-hip honesty that came through in my 21 Moments drafts.

After taking the challenge myself, I could see that I was going for it more in my writing. I was connecting with topics that mattered to me and writing them in as honest and compelling of a manner as I could muster.

Something has shifted. I am quite certain it was something that was stirred up by taking my own writing challenge.

When I took the 21 Moments Writing Challenge it affected me quite a bit. Even more than I expected. I shared the results with the folks who took the challenge with me that month.

I’m kind of excited about this because it means, that not only does my writing challenge help other writers become better writers, it helps me become a better writer, too, if and when I take it.

And you know what? It can help become a better writer, too.

So if you want to go for it with your best writing topics and write them more deeply, honestly and thoroughly, I’d like to invite you to join us this fall.

We’re starting four levels of rounds on September 1st. And by September 21st, all those writers are going to be better at what they do.

But don’t just look for the immediate results on day 21. Keep looking in the months and even years that follow. And keep taking more levels of challenges if you feel that the challenge is working for you. I know I will!

And, please, let me know if you start to tap into something you can’t quite figure out that makes you feel like a stronger writer. I’d love to hear about it.

If you would like to join us, register here.

Now offering four rounds. Work your way through all four.

I know I will!

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