Monday, April 27, 2009

Creative (Right-Brain) People Can Attain their Goals!

Have you ever wondered how creative people attain success—and not only in their artistic field, but in other areas of their lives as well?

So many writers struggle with attaining goals, even after you've taken the time to list them, break them into actions, and set completion dates. You get frustrated with yourself, which powers your negative internal voice, which only leads to less motivation and more failure.

The UPositive Guide to Goal Attainment for Creative People leads you, step by step, through a system for success with writing. It can also be applied to other areas of your life.

The main problem for writers and other creative people in goal attainment is that most of the process of setting, tracking, and timing goals is left-brain (logical), while you're spending your time using the right brain (creative, emotional, etc.).

According to author Batya D. Wininger, LCSW, MSW, KAP, Rev., the best way for you to attain writing goals is to use both sides of your brain, trading off activities that lead to goal attainment.

She explains that even though the right and left hemispheres of your brain have different jobs to do, they actually communicate with each other!

Through The UPositive Guide to Goal Attainment for Creative People, you'll learn how to have your right brain guide your left brain in setting up winning activities for the right brain to accomplish! Sounds like a see-saw? That's exactly right!

With easy-to-understand exercises, step-by-step directions, and plenty of encouragement, you'll be re-inspired to work toward your dreams, creative and otherwise; you'll know exactly what next steps you need to take; you'll be able and ready to take them; and you'll succeed quicker and easier than you ever imagined.

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After ordering the eBook, email Let her know about your order and that you read this article through Writers in the Sky. You'll receive a special, free workbook to accompany The UPositive Guide to Goal Attainment for Creative People.

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