The Writing Life of Marcie Hill: I Have to Stop Being A Punk

8 Jun


I am a punk.  Yes, confession is good for the soul, but what am I going to do about it?

There are several reasons why I said this.  First, there is no reason why I am NOT making money hand over fist RIGHT NOW. I know too much not too have money, and what I don’t know, I can find.

Second, I have everything I need RIGHT NOW to make stuff happen.  I have the skill, talent and resources. What is the problem really? I need marketing assistance to help me sell my products.

Third, there are some things I have been holding back on, and I don’t know why.  I realized in my Toastmasters meeting today that I was funny.  Ok, I know I’m funny, and I use it sometimes in my writing, but I need to let it flow all the time.  I write and think about serious topics often, which tends to stifle my funny bone.

Fourth, I would like to create a podcast to discuss race in America, and have yet to do it.  Lack of time is one issue.  I really need to focus on The Write Design Company.  But there is that part of me that don’t want to incite controversy even though it will be good for my blog.  And, the truth needs to be told.

So, what should I do?  First, start conducting writing and blogging workshops.  This is going to happen ASAP.  Second, get the marketing assistance and get the ball rolling for my event casting service.  Third, start writing funny and keep practicing.  And, finally, start the podcast and then publish it later when I have a series created.

Now that I know what’s making me a punk and what needs to be done to get over it, I’m about to get paid.  Nothing or no one is stopping me except me.  That makes absolutely NO sense whatsoever!


2 Responses to “The Writing Life of Marcie Hill: I Have to Stop Being A Punk”

  1. Jennifer Brown Banks June 8, 2010 at 5:18 am #

    Good luck with your game plan!

    As Dr. Phil often states, “The first step to solving a problem is to acknowledge it.” 🙂

    • Marcie Hill June 8, 2010 at 9:18 am #

      I’ve been acknowledging it all over the place – my site, your piece on BloggingPro. Now, it’s time to correct it.

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