This third course in the “Good with Words: Writing and Editing” series will give you a number of strategies to help with what is often the most intimidating, even paralyzing part of the writing process: getting started.
This course is part of the Good with Words: Writing and Editing Specialization
About this Course
What you will learn
Understand and reflect on the cost of perfectionism in writing
Conduct a “pre-mortem” before starting a writing draft
Identify summaries and scenes
Apply the “nothing else” and “need to know” principles
Skills you will gain
- Time management
Syllabus - What you will learn from this course
The Fantasy of the Uninitiated
The Planning Fallacy
Write Before You Are Ready
To Name is To Know and Remember
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TOP REVIEWS FROM WRITING AND EDITING: DRAFTING
Incredibly helpful course in helping you to clarify your written ideas.
Professor Barry is excellent at teaching, giving great inspirations to me.
Patrick Barry has put together a terrific series of courses! Skills in the nuances of writing, organizing complex ideas, planning, how to get around 'blocks' and get started. Well worth it!
This course's learning material is somewhat thight (at least for me), but Prof Barry make it easy to understand
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