Do you feel like writing isn’t a talent of yours? Do you wish writing was one of your talents? Good news! You can learn and develop new talents. If you’re unsure how that’s possible, this episode is for you!
Today, we are talking about how it is possible to develop new talents when you put in the effort. We are looking at three common misconceptions about talents, why most talents aren’t something you can do with no effort, and how developing new talents is a decision you make. I challenge you to make a list of talents you have and talents you want to have and specific steps you can take to develop these new talents.
If you’re looking for a supportive community to help develop your writing talent, join the Real Talk membership! You’ll gain access to monthly writing courses, weekly group calls with live edits, and personalized feedback and encouragement to help YOU develop as a talented writer! Don’t miss the opportunity to join other authors and learn from each other to write the best book YOU can write!
As always, I’d love to hear from you on Instagram @ariellehadfield.authorcoach or join me in a coaching call where we can discuss your story and dive deeper into your questions. Did you love this episode? LIKE & SHARE with others!
In this episode we cover:
- What a talent is and how you can have talents that cannot be performed or displayed
- Not all talents come naturally and without practice
- How you can discover talents at any point in life
- How you can develop a new talent that you want to have
- An easy way for you to recognize your current talents and how to get started developing new talents you want to have
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More about The Prologue: helping authors craft a stronger story
Welcome to The Prologue, with author coach, Arielle Hadfield.
You’ve got an idea for a story. Now it’s time to get it on paper. The writing world can be a strange and scary place, but you don’t have to face it alone.
In this podcast, Arielle guides authors through all the steps of writing a book.
This includes how to take a simple idea and transform it into an entire story with complete characters and a compelling plot, editing strategies, and mindfulness skills to help break through writer’s block, handle rejection, and find courage to step outside your comfort zone to get your story out of your head and into stores.
Arielle Hadfield began as an author. Soon she was able to combine her writing and editing skills with her background in mental health and life coaching to become the first of its kind author coach!
Tune in every Tuesday to learn how to craft a stronger story. With examples from books, movies, and music, and a fun, encouraging, and kind environment, Arielle will help you reach your goals, no matter how far-fetched they feel today.