Set Writing Goals And Stick With Them

I have failed on my resolutions for 2015 so far. I am a victim of procrastination so it isn’t my fault. Ok, it is my fault and beating procrastination can be done. The secret is finding a method that works for you; not using a method someone else swears by or a “proven” way to beat procrastination. We are all different psychologically speaking and what works for one of us may not work for all of us. Granted basic tips for beating procrastination should work for everyone: Read more ›

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Writing Goals And Resolutions For 2015

The best way to look is always forward. 2014 was a bad year for me as a writer and blogger. In 2015 I plan to set better goals and plan my year better. In 2014 I set some unreachable goals with the intention of reducing or otherwise altering those goals once I knew what my potential for meeting the goals might be. I failed to alter my goals seeking to push myself harder. That is always a mistake. Setting goals high and slowly bringing them down until you find a sweet spot is the right way to handle your goals. Don’t make the same mistakes I did. Read more ›

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Looking Back At 2014 As A Writer And Blogger

2014 was a good year for me as a blogger. As a writer I failed miserably. Today writer and blogger seem to be considered the same thing, but I like to make a distinction between the two. I do that because as a writer I want to be published and paid. Some fans wouldn’t hurt either. But as a blogger I don’t expect to make a lot of money. I do it to share my ideas, failures and successes with other writers and bloggers in hopes that I can help someone else out. Read more ›

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Proven Ways To Beat Procrastination

We all do it. I’ll start tomorrow or I need to go to the market first. Everyone, yes everyone, procrastinates at some point. For writers procrastination is a hobby in itself. Some poorly wired part of our brain seems to relish putting things off a little longer or waiting for some perfect alignment of the planets before we can begin work. There is a cure for procrastination. Read more ›

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