Do you like writing?
Maybe you do, but I bet there are also times when you feel frustrated because you want to write better.
Am I right?
I’m Mary Jaksch, the Chief Editor of Write to Done. The key thing I’ve discovered is that everyone can learn to write well. It’s not a question of genetics, it’s all about practice.
We’ve all heard that ‘practice makes better.’ But that’s not necessarily true.
Let me give you an example. If you want to become a top tennis player and you practice sending the ball into the net hour after hour and day after day – this kind of practice is not going to get you a win in the next tournament. Because. Well, because you’ll be sending the balls into the net each time you serve, instead of landing them in the court of your opponent.
The point is that your writing practice needs to be directed in a positive way. That’s why we’ve created WTD so that you can learn new skills, practice them, and become a better writer.
Write to Done is about learning to write better.
Whether you write non-fiction, novels, blog posts, or sales pages – you will find inspiration and tips here at Write to Done.
Here’s the experience I bring to WTD:
As to my offline activities, I’m often called a serial achiever.
I started my professional life as a classical flutist – becoming a renowned soloist – and then retrained as a psychotherapist to be of service to others.
After over 25 years of Zen training, I was made an authorized Zen Master and now teach students all around the world.
But if you think I just sit behind a desk, you’d be dead wrong.
I’ve had a long involvement in karate and am a 4th Degree karate Blackbelt in active training.
Finally, I love traveling, mountain biking and dancing Argentine tango in skimpy dresses.
Questions? Please contact me here.
Oh, and do please join the WTD conversations and add comments!
Write to Done was originally the brainchild of Leo Babauta of Zen Habits who founded it in January 2008.