Focus and Finish the Writing that Matters with Sage Cohen
Join us on Sunday, February 21st, as Sage Cohen, author of The Productive Writer, shares her tips for writing
When you don’t know what matters most in your writing life, it’s hard to focus—and finish. In this live 60-minute keynote address, you will identify your top priority writing project. Then, you’ll create a simple strategic plan for achieving it. Sage will share ten key productivity strategies will help you work smarter, accomplish more, and cross each finish line faster.
You’ll create your own productivity blueprint that prepares you to:
- Put the right (for you) attitudes, habits, and practices in place
- Leverage your strengths and sustain your momentum
- Overcome fear, resistance, and procrastination
- Gain confidence in your process and your work
About Sage Cohen
Sage Cohen helps writers live well, write well, and make a bigger impact. She is the author of Fierce on the Page, The Productive Writer, and Writing the Life Poetic, all from Writer’s Digest Books and the poetry collection Like the Heart, the World. Her Focus + Finish process has helped hundreds of writers around the globe clarify what matters—then make it happen. Since 1995, Sage has been teaching writers at New York University, at writing conferences throughout the US, and online at Sage School. Sage holds a bachelor’s degree from Brown University and a master’s degree in poetry from New York University where she was awarded a full fellowship.
This event will take place via Zoom. It’s a great chance to socialize with writers while learning the skills you need for your author career…all without the requirement of pants!
$5 for members $10 non-members (sliding scale!)
SCHEDULE NOTE: For this meeting only, Marketing and Craft Support groups will be switched, so that Craft will come first, followed by Marketing.
$5 for members, $10 for guests, free tickets available*
12:00 Club leaders check-in
12:30 Welcome and networking with members & guests
1:00 p.m. Club Announcement
1:30 p.m. Member Spotlight: Kazue Watanabe
1:45 p.m. Featured Speaker: John Curl
2:30 p.m. Book Sales & Networking
Tickets include admission to our online craft and marketing support groups, now meeting Thursdays. more info here.
See meetings for more info.
*Virginia Prentiss Equity Fund donors and emerging writers in need of a boost, please use the promo code ‘VP’ at checkout for a free ticket. Learn more.
Upcoming CWC Events
April 18th: Emily Cotler of WaxCreative
June 20th: Member Book Launch
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