Hello and welcome to another episode of the podcast. Today I want to talk today to cookbook writers who feel stuck, unsure, unclear, or like they need to make a decision. One way that I help myself gain clarity about what I’m thinking is to write. And the easiest way for me to write when I feel stuck or unclear is to ask myself questions. I call this sort of exercise reflective writing. Tune in to learn about the four questions I like to ask myself as well as my recent answers to these questions and some important announcements.
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