How to Optimize Neuroscience to Get Helpful Writing Feedback

Hey there, writers and muse daters!

If you know me at all, you know that neuroscience plays a big role in how I work with writers over in the Writing Gym. If you don’t know me, you might be wondering, “What does neuroscience have to do with writing?”


The way that we give feedback during our writing sessions together is really based on neuroscientific principles around how we learn and create in optimal ways. We use neuroscience to break down the various phases in the brain of creation and critique. Creation and critique. They are two separate processes.

Many programs inadvertently mix up those two processes, and the result is that writers end up really frustrated. They get stymied. And when that happens, they stop writing—sometimes for months, years, or even forever.

So, the work that I do really optimizes how we learn and create best so that writers can get into creative flow—not just in a gut-feeling way, but literally in the synaptic movement between the two hemispheres of the brain.

And we get results.

If you want to optimize your work, if you want to become the best writer you can be, I would love to chat with you. You can drop yourself directly into my team’s calendar and we can get on the phone. We’ll talk about where you are, where you’d like to go, and how you can get there. Until next time, Happy Writing!

I’d love to chat with you to see if you’re the right fit for our community, talk about where you are, where you’d like to go, and how you can get there. You can book yourself directly into my calendar, and we can chat about your writing dream.

Until next time, Happy Writing

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