Lizzy here from the elite and famous 303 class at Boise State.
We are coming to the end of this grand semester here at BSU, and I'm starting to think about my end or term paper. We have to write a pedagogy about ourselves as consultants.
I don't know about my class mates, but I'm freaking out.
I decided to use the Brooks essay on 'Minimalist Tutoring' and pick out the good and bad things about it. Mike gave me an idea for an article to look at as well (now the name escapes me) and I would like to take this moment to thank him. :)
But... I'm having second thoughts. I really don't know.
I want to be the kind of consultant that teaches each writer I sit down with something new about writing. I want to spread my passion for writing with the world and get people excited about it.
Does anyone have any ideas for me? Any articles that fall on the lines of, "Saving the world, one consultation at a time" ?
I would really appreciate your input. :)
The one with the cupcake tattoo.
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