Dear Critic

Now is the time to rise up. Take control of action. Action leads to improvement. Improvement leads to something. Doesn’t it?

One could only hope, otherwise what’s the point. Why stay stagnant? Nothing ever changes from hanging out on the sidelines. You need to get in there and go. DO IT!!!!!!

The last few days have been down time. Time to get my head back where it needs to be. But being a writer means my mind can be everywhere and nowhere at once. Why should I not give in to flights of fancy? What I need is to get out more often. Being stuck nowhere all the time doesn’t help the creativity.

Have to finish my sales letter, school discussion post, and bait piece. Hopefully the time away from the pen will have refreshed my idea center.

Where does the day go? I can spend hours thinking about nothing, but that doesn’t help when it comes time to putting

Times up. Have to go.

Dear Critic,

Holding back will get you no where. Time to go all in. No more holding back.

That sounds like a good motto, but saving something for reserve is key for growth. How else would we grow, if we used up everything? It’s not that I don’t want to give it my all, but with other engagements out there, I am definitely going to need some reserve.

The sales letter for my new service is almost complete. I have to move some things around and then get a critique on it. It’s always good to have someone else look over your work before you send it out. Well, most of your work. I like my blog posts to be raw, uncensored, and sometimes, uncut.

Have to get the outline for school done. It is due by tonight, as is my post for the discussion part of it. But all I really wanna do is take a nap. Lord it’s only 915 and I’m already thinking about a nap. Breakfast first sounds better though. I always sleep well with a full stomach.

Picked up some really nice paper and envelopes for the sales letter. Hope that helps with engagement. Not sure if I like the critic online or not. Huge difference from pen and paper in front of me when I go at the critic. It just seems to flow better– love the critic.

Maybe this is a good way to go. I would have never thought my critic side would have jumped in there. And it was kind of funny.

Times up.

Dear Critic

I usually do the critic thing by hand, but why the hell not do it digitally as well. The objective of this exercise is to tell the critic in your head why they aren’t helping you in life. You are suppose to do this for 5 minutes everyday. I will continue to do my handwritten version, but I will also do a digital one now. Why not, right?

Yesterday Critic, you were a big help in getting my research paper for school started. The outline looks great and hopefully the teacher thinks its as good as I do. Thanks for the motivation today to read over half of the required reading. I am going to kick this terms ass.

The direct sales letter for the new service I am promoting is coming along great as well. It should be ready for mailing by next Monday. And the Master List of clients I want to work for is growing daily. Thank you for the help. Hopefully, it helps to pull more attention my way. Time to up my game. No one said this was going to be easy, and I have to work my ass off in order for it to succeed.

The tips for getting the garden ready for next year were stupendous as well. Good thing we picked up the potash the other day.

Times up. Time to get to work.