How/where can I focus? Where is the best place to write? When is the best time to write? How can I increase my productivity?
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Burnout is real. It’s not if it’ll happen, it’s when and for how long. For some people it may be to take a month off from writing or even a week. For me, I’ve slowed down.
I hired my first virtual assistant about two weeks ago and it went so well that I have now hired two more. And that was my immediate goal.
I wrote one blog on the tools one can use for productivity before at and all of those tools still stand. They’re all great. What I found was that I used too many at once and that didn’t end up working well for me as I spent more time inputting and checking off than was necessary.
The first thing to determine is how you see things. How does your brain work? Some people need everything on paper in a notebook where they can physically touch a page – while others like to store items on the computer. Do you need it to be accessible everywhere? Like in the cloud?
Let’s welcome back monthly columnist Chloe Adler as she shares with us “Launching as a First Time / Debut Author.” Enjoy!
There are blogs, books, software and even podcasts all discussing productivity. So why am I adding to the massive amounts of information that’s already out there?
Let’s welcome back monthly columnist Chloe Adler as she shares with us “The Editing Process. Finding What Works for You?” Enjoy!
Let’s welcome back monthly columnist Chloe Adler as she shares with us “Write “Who You Know” – Turning Real-Life Meanies into your Book’s Antagonists” Enjoy!
Let’s welcome back monthly columnist Chloe Adler as she shares with us “Planning a Series to Launch – Indy Self Publishing – One Author’s Plan!” Enjoy!