I’ve recently been reminded of the power of an important lesson from a wonderful children’s story: What do you do with an idea? You Change the world. Today in revising my research agenda I found myself having greater clarity. This was helpful in thinking about my writing and analyses projects from which I’m becoming more […]Read More What do you do with an idea?
When talking with others about my writing lately, I spoke of this great clarity that I now had in how to re-structure the results of a manuscript I’m writing. Two days later, I’m back in the murkiness and ups and downs, back-and-forth, writing, re-writing, revising, and re-revising… The lesson to be learned here is to […]Read More Writing is a roller coaster.
Conquer the fear of being rejected. Conquer the fear of not being well-received. Take writing as an opportunity to embrace the world. Take this opportunity to teach the world. I use the opportunity to write as a way to tell my unique perspective and story about the experiences that I co-construct through scholarly inquiry. I embrace the practice […]Read More Conquer the Fear