Many romance writers
glow over how great attending conferences are.
They talk about attending
a dozen workshops
and learning so much from each one.
I know, however,
that this would do nothing for me.
I learn by doing.
When I sit in a workshop,
I schedule time after that workshop
to implement the lessons.
If I don’t implement the lessons,
I don’t learn.
So attending a dozen workshops,
one after another,
would be useless.
To be successful,
the first lesson you need to learn
is HOW you learn.
Do you have to do?
Do you learn by listening?
Do you have to see the lessons?
Once you’ve figured that out,
THEN find sources of information
presented in your preferred method.
It will save aggravation
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