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[NETWORKING FOR INTROVERTS] 7 Reasons I’m Thankful for You

Happy Thanksgiving, everyone! Whether your day will be filled with turkey or Tofurkey, au gratin potatoes or gluten-free, dairy-free pumpkin pie (mine will be filled with both), I wish everyone a wonderful time eating, relaxing and spending time with family and friends this weekend. Photo courtesy of Julie via…See More
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Meghan Ward commented on the blog post '[NETWORKING FOR INTROVERTS] What are you afraid of?'
"Nina, what is your topic? That must have been so frustrating to hear everyone agreeing with the misinformation. Good for you for speaking up!"
Nov 9
Nina Angela McKissock commented on the blog post '[NETWORKING FOR INTROVERTS] What are you afraid of?'
"Thank you. I'm just afraid of coming off as though I know all the answers, am pompous or am a supplicant. I'm a bit blunt so that comes across as arrogant sometimes. When I was in California two weeks ago, everyone was so chill but they…"
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Kacie Lynne Watkins liked Meghan Ward's blog post [NETWORKING FOR INTROVERTS] What are you afraid of?
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Janet Singer commented on the blog post '[NETWORKING FOR INTROVERTS] What are you afraid of?'
"Thank you, Meghan!"
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Meghan Ward commented on the blog post '[NETWORKING FOR INTROVERTS] What are you afraid of?'
"Janet, Thanks for the clarifications about OCD. I'm so glad your son found help through ERP therapy. I'll spread the word."
Nov 5
Janet Singer commented on the blog post '[NETWORKING FOR INTROVERTS] What are you afraid of?'
"Meghan, Yes of course you need to read the whole book :). Seriously, though, OCD is not what most people think it is. It is not a mildly annoying, cute, quirky disorder. It is the most misunderstood and misrepresented mental health issue around. OCD…"
Nov 5
Meghan Ward commented on the blog post '[NETWORKING FOR INTROVERTS] What are you afraid of?'
"Patti, Thanks for your insightful comment! There was a book, "Quiet" by Susan Cain, out a couple of years ago, and I really wanted to read it but didn't get around to it (yet). Have you read it? There's definitely great power in…"
Nov 4
Meghan Ward commented on the blog post '[NETWORKING FOR INTROVERTS] What are you afraid of?'
"Mickie, Congratulations on conquering so many of your fears! I posted this to my own website, too, and a black woman there encouraged me to discuss race. I will do it one of these days! My biggest fear is saying the wrong thing, but I think…"
Nov 4
Meghan Ward commented on the blog post '[NETWORKING FOR INTROVERTS] What are you afraid of?'
"Janet, Thanks for letting us know about your book. What did your son do to overcome OCD? Do you have a few quick tips for us, or do we need to read the whole book? :)"
Nov 4
Meghan Ward commented on the blog post '[NETWORKING FOR INTROVERTS] What are you afraid of?'
"Jessica, this is great advice for giving speeches! Not sure it works for storytelling/reading fiction/memoir, but worth a try. Thanks for your feedback."
Nov 4
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Patti DeNucci commented on the blog post '[NETWORKING FOR INTROVERTS] What are you afraid of?'
"Hello Meghan, This is a wonderful post with some clever and inspiring ideas. I'm not about to jump out of a plane anytime soon (although...). But I have done some crazy, somewhat-scary things that have put any fears (real and imagined) into…"
Nov 4
Mickie Sherwood commented on the blog post '[NETWORKING FOR INTROVERTS] What are you afraid of?'
"Meghan, Your hesitancy to write about race is understandable. I'm a Black woman with my own take on race. Now, add to that, I'm a Baby Boomer. So, whether Black or White, young or not so young, it takes courage to start a discussion on…"
Nov 4
Janet Singer commented on the blog post '[NETWORKING FOR INTROVERTS] What are you afraid of?'
"This post made me smile, as facing our fears is a big part of what my upcoming book (Overcoming OCD: A Journey to Recovery) is about. Every time I hesitated to either start a blog, network, or move forward in any other way, I thought of what my son…"
Nov 4
Jessica Ruprecht commented on the blog post '[NETWORKING FOR INTROVERTS] What are you afraid of?'
"Meghan, as with all such ideas your mileage may vary. Everyone experiences the world differently. But with that said, I actually do find "Why am I doing this?" to be the key to unlocking my ability to give good speeches. I believe…"
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Who I am:
www.writerland.com
www.twitter.com/meghancward
Books I've written, anthologies I've contributed to, and any scripts or plays I've authored:
It's So You: 35 Women Write About Personal Expression Through Fashion and Style
Media outlets that I currently write for:
San Francisco Chronicle
My writing is:
Memoir
Outlets where I review books, TV, or film:
Yes
Services I offer to other writers:
I'm a freelance developmental and line editor, working in both fiction and nonfiction
I'm part of these writers' groups or salons:
Rockridge Writers' Group
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Member of the San Francisco Writers' Grotto

Meghan Ward's Blog

[NETWORKING FOR INTROVERTS] 7 Reasons I’m Thankful for You

Posted on November 27, 2014 at 9:30am 0 Comments

Happy Thanksgiving, everyone! Whether your day will be filled with turkey or Tofurkey, au gratin potatoes or gluten-free, dairy-free pumpkin pie (mine will be filled with both), I wish everyone a wonderful time eating, relaxing and spending time with family and friends this weekend.

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[NETWORKING FOR INTROVERTS] What are you afraid of?

Posted on October 30, 2014 at 12:30pm 15 Comments

Photo courtesy of Stuart Anthony via Creative Commons

I've been thinking about fear lately. When I attended the BlogHer '13 conference in Chicago, Sheryl Sandberg (COO of Facebook and author of Lean In) urged us to "Write down what you are afraid of, then go do it." I thought about what I wanted to do but was too afraid to do. At the moment it was to blog about race. My fear was that, as a white person, I would be…

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[NETWORKING FOR INTROVERTS] Instantly Increase Your Followers on Instagram

Posted on October 16, 2014 at 6:00am 1 Comment

Over the past month and a half, I've given you tips on using LinkedIn and…

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[NETWORKING FOR INTROVERTS] Social Media: A Waste of Time?

Posted on October 2, 2014 at 12:00pm 1 Comment

Brooke Warner wrote a wonderful post this week titled Your Author Platform Is Not Your Social Media Following in response to an article in Creative Nonfiction titled…

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At 9:22am on September 21, 2014, Catherine Marshall-Smith said…
Hey Meghan, did you get my message?
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Caroline Bock Author page on Facebook -- I hope this works!

At 8:00am on January 5, 2010, Meg Waite Clayton said…
Welcome to She Writes, Meghan. There's a San Francisco group at http://www.shewrites.com/group/sanfranciscobayareawriters. Join us there if you'd like!

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Meg Waite Clayton
 
 
 

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