Three Easy Steps to Authentic, Fearless Writing for Your Book

You do not have to wait for the muse to inspire authentic, fearless writing in your book. Coax it into being with three quick steps:

1. Release judgment.

In writing the draft of your book, consider all ideas acceptable. To be a fearless writer, do not censor your writing or ponder whether or not what you have to write is “important enough” or “deep enough.” If your “self-editor” has its say too soon, you limit your book’s potential.

Honor your fearless writing inclinations and process by recording whatever words want to emerge, no matter how crazy or “unlike” you they seem. Stay open to the surprises and whispers of your authentic, creative writing voice.

Your covenant with your creative self to write a book is not to please others or some limited perception of yourself. It is to be authentic, to show up, listen and record the stream of words flowing through you.

Maintain an open attitude about your own life and what you are willing to share if you are writing a memoir. For fiction, open your scope of what is possible in the lives of the characters you are writing about and set your imagination free. For all genres, open your heart to the stirrings within to guide and direct the writing of your book.

2. Let loose.

Write your book or essay’s first draft non-stop, however the words want to emerge. Unleash it, so it can run loose and free. That’s what makes your writing appear fearless and authentic.

Allow your writing to be bad, brilliant, boring, juicy, trite, cutting edge. Let the first draft of your book be whatever, however, whenever it needs to be.

One author I know keeps a post-it note of writing guidance taped to her computer monitor. It says, “Let it suck.”

In this seeming mess of an approach to book writing, magic happens. Moments of fearless writing grace appear in a phrase here or sentence there. Sometimes in whole paragraphs and pages.

Your writing will flourish the more you can allow the first flush of authentic writing without editorial input. If you permit your critic or “self editor” to have its say too soon, you limit your potential. Assure the self editor it will have its opportunity to hone and chop in later drafts of your book or story.

3. Do not discount a badly written first draft.

I remember an early writing class I attended. One participant’s first draft of a life story she wanted to share was barely comprehensible. I held out no hope for her as a writer.

I was so wrong.

With the writing teacher’s encouragement to expand add sensory and emotional detail, this fledgling writer’s rewrite reverberated with poetic power and authenticity.

This experience expanded my perspective, humbled me. It taught me never to discount someone’s writing potential-including my own – based on a rough draft, that miracles can and do occur in revision.

It also bolstered my own motivation to persist and be fearless in my writing whenever I wrote a horrid first draft of a chapter for my memoir. I learned to trust that in rewriting, I, too, could unearth the authenticity and heart of my writing and tell the story that was mine to tell.

How Dog Training Schools Benefit Dog Socialization

At the dog training schools, canines are trained to behaved better having the obedience training and also remove their bad behaviors and be able to socialize along with some other people and canines. Regularly trainers at the training schools put the smartest canines ahead of their pack as their leader and will act as the example of great behavior for the other canines to follow.

When your canines has really bad habits and behavior it really needs to be trained at the dog training school to curb its behavior and attitude and to have it’s dog socialization training too. Since the training schools are best known as the great way to teach and train a canine of whatever breed and age that it has. Dog training schools regularly teach agility training for your canine’s exercise as well as obedience training and for good competition in some special classes.

When you have a new adult canine or puppy to be trained for the first time and that means that they have not been trained before, then it is recommended that you put your dogs at the canine training schools to get their best training and have the best result. Your dog will be trained well on their own dog socialization and be able to mingle well with other dogs even of different breeds and to people also. You can also do your training however owners do not really understand and know what to do without the direct guidance from the real trainer.

These schools will give the new owners more experience in knowing and understanding their dogs better than before. They will learn much about dog psychology and how to have socialization with some other dogs especially the younger puppies. With this obedience canine training the canine owners may join in the training directly along their dogs and with their trainers. This will develop the owner and the dog’s bond much stronger.

At this training dog school the trainers do not train the dogs only but the dog owners as well. Because dogs have the tendency and natural habit to obey and follow their pack leader and this must be the owners and not the trainers. And so the dog owners need to know and learn how to train their own dogs at home too. They must be able also to know some troubleshooting that may arise and the command to use in such training. Your dog will learn much and have the dog socialization training that it really needs at the training school.

It is really important for a puppy to get some socialization training when it is growing up to become friendly and a well behaved dog. Shy and lonely dogs are often alone and neglected and do not have other dogs to play with. These things will be erased at the training school and will be taught dog socialization successfully even for just some days only. The training school is the right place to get your dog for its training and also the safest and best place for it.