A Compilation of Writings by Students of Rama
With An Editor
• Clearly establish the purpose and intent of
the project first
• Compare all work done against that intent and if it
falls short, redo it
• Stretch to do your real best
• Get help from others – have others review your
work to provide reality checks to see if you are staying on
course and provide constructive ideas
• Hassle the details (over and over and over)
• Don’t give up, you’ll get there
What did you learn?
periods where it seems like too much work and it’s taking
a long time to finish. Don’t be put off from following
your project all the way through. You’ll be surprised
how rewarded you feel when you finish.
helpful for us to have more than one person involved with the
project so that there was support and the added value of each
person’s contribution. We found it to be an advantage
to have people with different skills to contribute their strengths
to different parts of the project. We also really appreciated
having a mix of people and skills to keep the project upbeat
and moving along.
It is valuable
to have an editor or another person read your material to check
the grammar and punctuation. If you are open to it, you might
ask another person you respect to read your work and make suggestions.