Starting to write with clarity (audio show)

by Joanna on October 3, 2007

Sensible people take part in Wordless Wednesday… meanwhile over here I’m trying to get into a routine of putting out a five minute audio show (or podcast) each working Wednesday. Actually I’m not complaining, it’s getting quicker and easier for me to do it as I go along, and I enjoy the challenge of compressing my thoughts into five points delivered in under five minutes (some interesting lessons on writing with clarity here - which I’ll return to later).

Anyway this week I’m following up on the idea that there are things we need to clear away before we can start to write with clarity. Maybe some things we need to do - like slowing down or acknowledging any latent fears - and some things that we might need to change - like our perspective. So that we can be clear on our own point before we start to write.

Tune into starting to write with clarity for more on the things that might stand in our way. (It’s 4 minutes 30 seconds long). I limited my list to five but I’m sure there are more - feel free to share your favourite bugbears in the comment box below - oh and how you deal with them, of course :-)


You can tune in the show by following this link, or playing (or downloading) it from my GCast page. If you want to make sure you don’t miss future episodes you can also subscribe to the Confident Writing podcast feed.

Previous shows include the age of authentic conversation and word power at work

This show is a contribution to my October focus on writing with clarity. Sign up for the (free) feed to follow the rest of the series.

Joanna Young, The Confident Writing Coach
Because our words count

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