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Improve Your Inner Game

4 May 2019
9.30am to 12.30pm Saturday 4 May 2019
This half-day Auckland workshop with screenwriter and writing coach Kathryn Burnett is designed to help writers improve their inner game and stay motivated.
Event type: 
Workshop/Seminar
Price: 
$30 NZWG Mem. / $65 Non Mem. Earlybird / $75 Non M
Venue: 
Studio One Toi Tū
Address: 
1 Ponsonby Road, Ponsonby, Auckland
Region: 
Auckland

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Writing is hard work! 
And that's before we even get to the disappointments, rejection and challenges that all writers inevitably face. We're often at the mercy of external forces we can't control - so how do we stay motivated and focused? Your ability to persevere, roll with punches and cultivate resilience is what sets you apart from those who give up when the going gets tough.

So how's your inner game?  Is your attitude and mindset helping or hindering your creative path?  Does rejection or failure affect you for much longer than it should?

This half-day workshop with screenwriter and writing coach Kathryn Burnett is designed to help writers improve their inner game and stay motivated.

Improve Your Inner Game 

Saturday May 4th 2019
9.30am – 12.30pm

NZWG Members discounted registration - $30.00 (Over 60% Discount)

Non-Members Early-bird - $65.00 (23 April 19) 

Non-Members General - $75.00

SPACES ARE LIMITED TO 40!
Book your tickets here: https://www.trybooking.co.nz/BLC

In this workshop you'll explore and learn how to deal with:

  • Failure
  • Self-Criticism
  • Self-Sabotage
  • Rejection
  • Self Doubt
  • Procrastination

You'll also learn how to develop:

  • Resilience
  • A growth mindset
  • Creative courage

Successful people are constantly upskilling - and as a writer, you need to do the same.  Think of this workshop as developing another skill set - mastering your inner self.
Jump in and dig deep!

Book your tickets here: https://www.trybooking.co.nz/BLC

Written by

Alice Shearman

18 Apr 2019

As the Executive Director of the New Zealand Writers Guild, I am passionate about the rights of our creative people, especially New Zealand screenwriters working in the local and international markets.