Yesterday I had my first one-on-one coaching session for the voiceover demo. My coach told me that there is a river of energy flowing through me. The river changes all the time, and words just float on top of it. The words don’t mean anything; the energy beneath them means everything.
Also he told me I don’t always have to pause when there’s a comma. That advice was easier to process.
I have to admit that I did not meet my writing commitment yesterday. The day just got too busy. I know, I know. I need to make the time.
To make up for yesterday, I’ll do two writing prompts today. Here you go (both courtesy of Writer’s Digest):
You’ve developed a cold only to discover that instead of sneezing, you (fill in the blank) every time feel like you have to sneeze. This side effect proves to create a fairly entertaining scene at the office with coworkers during your weekly budget meeting. Write this scene.
That one is a good one for me since I have a cold. Again. Note to self: less vodka, more orange juice.
Here’s another one:
Write a 10-word sentence that sums up your day.
This one I can do right here. Here it is: Tried to sleep through a meeting but they kept talking!
It was a phone meeting. Cold medicine makes me tired. Shut up.