Ep 12: Revisions

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How to cope with the revision process. Hint: It’s very very hard. The guys discuss.

Liner notes:

  • How many stages to grief AND revision? The standard is: https://www.recover-from-grief.com/7-stages-of-grief.html
  • Sheldon has a mental break down…
  • What is ableism? https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ableism
  • It’s good to have a support network.
  • Rarely is devastating feedback not worthwhile.
  • A men’s fashion podcast? Should we…
  • You know what the right way is… but fear of the work and amount of work is real.
  • The creative process is a series of steps.
  • George revises by trying to stay as true as possible to his initial vision.
  • Can you find someone to jam with.. there is power in numbers.
  • Sometimes you need that second ear… that’s seeing/hearing/reading for the first time.
  • Listen to the feedback episode.
  • Path to greatness is through revisions.

 

 

One thought on “Ep 12: Revisions

  1. I feel you about the struggle with revisions. I have never sent my book to an editor. I have been doing all of my re-revisions myself. And I am officially at the 7th draft/version of the book, with a separate document of some 30 pages of ‘cut content.’ Unofficially I have gone through each draft at least a couple of times before moving on to the next one, so the actual number of drafts would have been much higher had I separated them as such.

    Oddly enough I do not have the problem with the different perspective when reading my own work because every time I had finished one draft and then had a look at the first pages enough time had passed that I could look at the written content a lot more objectively than the stuff I had just written, if that makes sense. I get that a lot even when I draw or make something in photoshop, at first I’m very impressed with what I accomplished but as time moves on I begin to notice that this line was sloppy or that thing is misplaced or that that sentence makes no sense.

    What I’m trying to say is that a bit of time can help avoid the pitfalls of the IKEA effect. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/IKEA_effect

    Anyway, have a good one gentlemen.

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