In Part 1 of this post you will find the introduction to why we, as writers, should learn to control and use our inner critics (and muses), as part of our core habits.
Part 2 is an index post, designed as a collection of exercises I and other writers have found useful in controlling and calling on our inner critics or muses as we need them. As a collection, the post may well be updated in the future, so keep it bookmarked.
Please simply browse through, and mix and match from the exercises included in the little PDF ebook I provide here as a free download.
The Writer’s Core Habit Pack for Controlling your Inner Critics (and Muses too)
Download the Ebook: Exercises to Control your Inner Critic (and muse) 20 Pages.
Index to the WCHP ebook – Exercises to Control your Inner Critic (and Muse)
- Lock up your inner critic or muse
- Analyse and accept your inner critic or muse
- Personalise (or monsterise) your inner critic or muse
- Create a special place for your IC or muse
- Bonus: Original and Intimate Demons
- Keep your inner critic blind
- Trick your inner critic with chunky work
- Use affirmations to counter your inner critic
This blog post participated in April 2013’s Blogging from A to Z Challenge, along with many other blogs on subjects as diverse as writing, foodie blogs or mummy blogs.
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