Want to write about…
♦ A love letter
♦ A funny story
♦ A tip to make a job or chore or process easier
♦ Your experience of an achievement or hobby you are inviting others to enjoy
♦ A solution to a nagging problem you have resolved
♦ Whatever valuable how-to your “Brain Inventory” holds!
An opinion you have about a cause or issue LIKE THIS…
IF YOU LIVE IN FORT WORTH
If you live in Fort Worth, I challenge you to speak up by writing your opinion about the City Manager, David Cooke who has asked the City Council to give HALF of the CCPD (Crime Prevention and Control District) 2% sales tax money OUT of crime prevention which funds a large portion of the Fort Worth Police Department budget. Cooke wants this money put into transportation, bikes and transportation is what Mayor Betsy Price makes it sound like. Read the Star-Telegram article.
♦ Can the City Council do this legally as the CCPD Board they appointed themselves to rather than calling for an election to these posts?
♦ Shouldn’t the voters who put CCPD into place for crime prevention have a say in drastic appropriation changes they didn’t vote for?
Now for the rest of this blog…
HINT – Recognize that you have great and valuable “Brain Inventory”
“Brain Inventory” is valuable, especially if you know how to solve someone else’s problem.
Maybe it’s about cooking, using a specific workshop tool, housebreaking a stubborn pup, simplifying how you adjusted to being retired or living on a fixed income, and the rest of the 624,198,351 unique pieces of combined “Brain Inventory” we all possess hidden and stored in the filing cabinets of our minds.
As for me, I love to write. Writing has always been a big part of my life- not the high school English class type of writing but expressing my own unique voice and viewpoint. I have been writing all my life for a lot of reasons – to journal, to brainstorm and collect ideas, to relieve stress, to blog, to share my “Brain Inventory,” for my business, to teach and just for fun.
I hope that the 5 Day Writing Challenge helps you enjoy writing and realize you have a lot to share with the world that can help someone fix a nagging problem.
Here’s what you do and get with the FREE 5 DAY WRITING CHALLENGE.
- Register for the Challenge and you will receive the CHALLENGE GUIDE download link
- Go to the Facebook link in the GUIDE and click the JOIN BUTTON to get group access
- Fill out the TOPIC SELECTION handout to get started
- Read the BASIC OUTLINE of HOW-TO STEPS for writing a 400-word article or short-form.
- Complete the OUTLINE form and get started!
- The CHALLENGE will take place inside the Facebook group. You must select the join link or email me to add you through the admin area in order to receive the Guide, any other materials and participate in the CHALLENGE.
You will have a Live video from me in the Facebook group each day of the CHALLENGE. If you can’t be there for the live event you can access the video at your convenience.
If you miss a day of writing, DON’T double up. Just take the next day when you can and go from there.
The important thing is that writing does not become stressful. This is meant to be FUN and give you a taste of how rewarding writing can be.
When you have questions, just post them in the Facebook group and I will answer them there so all can benefit. After the 5 days of the CHALLENGE the Facebook group will remain active so that you have my support after the CHALLENGE and you don’t miss a thing if you get off schedule.
Ongoing support includes periodic Coffee Hour live videos, tips and upcoming events I share both in videos and Facebook posts.
I hope you will invite a friend to join the 5 DAY WRITING CHALLENGE with you.
♦ Share this challenge with your friends and neighbors.
♦ Writers may have an opinion they want to voice on a specific issue. Any or all writings can be published anonymously, with author’s initials or giving full credit to the author or not published at all. If your permission and request is to publish, your writing will be published on www.westFWchatter.com as “5 Day Writing Challenge Guest Posts.”