Maybe you’ve dreamed of getting a group of writerly friends together and spending a weekend away dedicated to your craft. Or perhaps you’re an experienced writer who would like to encourage other writers along the way.
Several years ago, Kathi and Roger Lipp decided to host retreats for writers, and now they’re sharing their expertise with us! Listen in as the duo discuss common misconceptions about retreat planning and the six components that will make any writer’s retreat successful.
Key takeaways include:
- The importance of creative learning breaks.
- The need to leave having accomplished something. Checkmarks!
- Showing vulnerability through a shared experience.
- Celebrating one another’s writing wins.
Interested in learning more about attending a writer’s retreat at the Red House? Or would you like to be notified when the Red House Writer’s Collective opens for membership later this year? Send us a message here. We would love to see you “ring the bell” virtually or in person so we can cheer you on as a writer!
Meet Your Hosts
Author, Speaker, Communicator Academy Creator and CEO
Roger is a productivity and quality engineer for a Fortune 50 company.
Roger helps teams reach their full productivity potential by teaching them practical and simple steps to reach their goals. Roger and his wife, author Kathi Lipp, teach communicators how to share their message through social media and email marketing.
He and Kathi coauthored Happy Habits for Every Couple with Harvest House Publishers.
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