Discipline is the ability to do what you know needs to be done, even when you don’t feel like doing it. It requires developing habits that you don’t have to think about, actions that are … Continue reading Discipline developed by an author mastermind group.
In this new, three-part series, I’m going to explore the secret powers of the mastermind learning model. Although I’m approaching it as a professional writer, mastermind groups have been proven to work across disciplines and … Continue reading An introduction to the author mastermind.
My flight landed on Wednesday night, and then, I realized I was at the Pittsburgh International Airport and not the Cleveland Hopkins Airport. That meant I had to drive my car from Pittsburgh to Cleveland … Continue reading You might not always be an introvert.
When I was a teenager in the late 1980s, I wanted to live in Seattle in the worst way. When I saw the movie, Singles, I felt like I was missing out on something important … Continue reading Collaborating in the shadow of the Space Needle.
It’s not easy to leave the cave. It can be dark, comfortable, routine. There are no surprises, nothing unexpected. A few months ago, I left my cave multiple times. I co-hosted Rock Apocalypse in Cleveland … Continue reading Making friends.
You don’t know me. I’ve been living in a cave. A few years ago, I decided to write novels. I introverted myself further into a dark space to put words on the page and to … Continue reading Emerging from the Cave by Janet Kitto
The good news: anyone can start a business these days. The bad news: anyone can start a business these days. Because I run Molten Universe Media with Zach Bohannon and I run my own author … Continue reading Professionals don’t act like this.
He’s going to be embarrassed by this post. But he’ll get over it. I love Zach Bohannon like a brother. Outside of my immediate family, he’s on the short list of people I’d call if … Continue reading Let me tell you how we first met.
I’m not sharing this to elicit sympathy from you. I’m not asking for your condolences. On October 5, 2018, my seventy-year-old father was diagnosed with cancer. He passed away on October 28, 2018. It doesn’t … Continue reading Memento mori – The ways you don’t want to live.