Category Archives: Mindset

EFT for Authors – When characters misbehave

Sooner or later, this is going to happen to every author, unless you meticulously plan your novel and map it all out. (How much fun is that?) But if you’re even a bit like me and partly write for the … Continue reading

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EFT for Authors – Help, I’m stuck!

It’s basically inevitable: The day will roll around where you as author will get stuck in your writing. Maybe your main character doesn’t want to follow your plot line. Maybe the villain decides to become a good person. Maybe your … Continue reading

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EFT for Authors – Permission to Write

Time and again, I run into people who dream of being an author. Who dream of writing books, telling stories or teaching in a non-fiction book. And yet, they don’t. When we dig deeper, there is one common theme (there … Continue reading

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EFT for Authors – Daily Resistance

If you’re even a bit like me, there’s one obstacle you meet practically daily: that bit of resistance when you go to open your file or read what you wrote the day before and now need add new words. And … Continue reading

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EFT for Authors – Introduction

Some of you already know that I don’t just do EFT, I also write books. Book full of adventure, with dragons, unicorns or even whales. I love creating worlds. I do so under a pen name, however. Now, writing is … Continue reading

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New Beginnnigs – Why EFT for Authors

Today, I’m starting something new on this blog: Video. Since most of you haven’t seen me (well, maybe you did watch the NaNoWriMo videos on Facebook), and since it’s easier to decide to trust someone you see, I want to … Continue reading

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Procrastination – Final Thoughts

I hope that with this series I’ve been able to show you that it’s negative emotions that underly most instances of procrastination. That’s how we try to protect ourselves from bad stuff – which in most cases isn’t even true. … Continue reading

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Procrastination – Fear of the Success Rat Race

What comes after a success? The next success, of course. Preferably one that tops the first one. The next bestseller. The next, even bigger award. More five-star reviews, more blogs, more, more, more… Better, bigger, even more awesome! And what … Continue reading

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Procrastination – Fear of Success

At first glance, this sounds rather weird. Why would people be afraid of success when all we want is to be successful? It’s because of our wild imagination. We need it for our creative endeavors, but it can also trip … Continue reading

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Procrastination – Fear of being Judged

Underneath all those fears that I’ve been talking about in the last few weeks is another, much bigger fear: The fear of being judged. The big issue behind that fear is that being judged means being rejected and getting kicked … Continue reading

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