Yep, I said painless. I’m not writing this to put you through your own personal hell, and none of the tips in this post will require any massive effort. Instead, I’ll walk you through a 15-minute routine that can train you to write everyday. Read on, and I hope you all find it useful!
1. Prepare for your 15 minutes and unplug, for the love of God. Continue reading
Welcome to the first in a series of productivity posts for writers. This one is a post packed with tips, easily-doable items and even the tools to help you dominate your writing projects.
That said, the steps here are clearly laid out for you, so get reading, and bookmark the post if you want to go back to it. More importantly, the tips in this post are designed for easy implementation, because how else would you dominate if things were hard to start in the first place? Let’s get to it! Continue reading
Yes, this is the glory of my GMail inbox. There’s no mail, it takes up no space and I’m free to focus on real tasks instead of e-mail inertia.
Let me start with this. When I say conquer e-mail, I mean reduce it to zero at the end of each day. I have no interest in anything less, which means no partial deletions, or letting you keep five e-mails just because you’re sentimental. My idea of e-mail conquest simply isn’t like that. For me, conquering e-mail means leaving you free to focus on the next day’s tasks, doing so with a clean slate each time.
That said, if you’re brave enough to read on, I salute you for retaking control of your overloaded life. Go on below for the steps, and good luck! Continue reading