We all have an inner critic, the voice that tells us that we haven’t done a good job, we’re never going to get enough Instagram followers, or our writing just isn’t where it should be. How do you quiet that inner voice, or better yet, make it work for you? In this webinar, you’ll learn how to listen for that voice, how to respond in a way that doesn’t take you down a rabbit hole, and how to make the critic work for you. A critic, after all, is an essential editor who can help revise your writing or decide how to reframe a photo. Dianne Jacob has worked with writers for most of her 40+ career as an editor and coach and understands both the value and danger inherent in an inner critic.
About our Speaker
Dianne Jacob has spent most of her professional life helping writers succeed. As a writing coach for more than 20 years, she helps writers around the world get book contracts, sell more magazine articles or develop their blogs. A former magazine and newspaper editor, she attended journalism school twice and is the award-winning author of three book including, Will Write for Food: The Complete Guide to Writing Cookbooks, Blogs, Memoir, Recipes and More. It has received three international awards for excellence. She has won national and international awards for her freelance writing as well. Food writers around the world look to Dianne and her popular blog for guidance, encouragement and insights into the world of publishing. She is a popular speaker at conferences and has conducted her writing workshops around the world. Learn more at https://diannej.com/.
Dec 14th - 14th, 2017, 1pm ET/ 10am PT
This session will unveil the new food and culinary conversation, providing insight into, and understanding of, the concept food as medicine.