There are many ways to share during the writing process. Sharing can be discussions and brainstorming ideas early on, presenting data at different stages of the project (posters, lab meeting, conferences), sending completed manuscripts or grants to colleagues to be edited and proofread before submission or when you actually click submit on your paper or grant.
As you share and discuss your ideas throughout the process, the more confident you will be when you are writing them down and the easier it is to share your completed draft.
Sharing can be a challenge. This is where I tend to get stuck in the writing process. Even Da Vinci had a challenge sharing. In this challenge is also an opportunity to grow.
Some questions that may come up for you are how do I know when it’s ready to share with a colleague or boss? How do I know if I am on the right track? How do I know if this is ready for publication? How do I know if this is good enough? I hear these questions from many of my clients and colleagues who are struggling with writing and it makes sense that this makes writing harder, doesn’t it?
If these are questions that come up for you, I would encourage you to email me at firstname.lastname@example.org for a complimentary Discovery Call so that I can learn more about what’s coming up for you and we can see whether the work I do together with my clients is a good fit for you.
Looking forward to connecting with you!