Writing productivity habits to help increase the number of books you write each year
Write More Books Each Year Using the Methods Taught in this Comprehensive Course
Ever wonder how some self-published authors manage to write as many as 10 books each year, while you are hard pushed to publish even a couple?
Or are you a part-time writer, struggling to balance your writing career with your regular day job?
Writing productivity really is a key component towards whether or not you will ultimately be successful as a self-published author.
The more books that you are able to write, the more promotional opportunities are available to you and the better chance you have of making a substantial income from your writing.
A Simple Formula For Increasing Your Writing Productivity
When you think about it, a simple formula for writing productively could be:
The amount of time you actually get to sit down and write multiplied by the number or words you are able to write in any given session.
In the course we'll look together at how you can find the time during your busy schedule for your writing. And also how you can increase the number of words you write each time you sit down at your desk.
In the section on Planning Habits, you will learn:
How to plan your time effectively, so that you are able to dedicate certain periods of time to your writing, each and every day. How to create a medium to long-term strategy for your writing How to best manage a part-time career as a writer Why writing daily is so important How to plan your daily work schedule
In the section on Writing Habits, you will discover how the writing tool, Scrivener, can help transform your whole mindset towards writing. And in particular, I will show you:
The importance of writing quickly How I personally increased the number of words I write every day How Scrivener can help you increase your own writing productivity through Distraction Free Writing, Project Statistics and The Setting of Writing Targets
Although this course is primarily focused on writing productivity, it is also concerned with productive habits for self-published authors in general.
It is important that you do not neglect non-writing tasks, which are important in your life as a self-published author, and so I will also show you how you can incorporate marketing, learning and even health-related tasks into your daily routine.
At the end of each section of the course, I have included:
a Quiz - to test your knowledge of what you have just learned a PDF - with links to the resources and tools mentioned in the section, as well as some further reading on the topic. a Task Sheet - which sets out a number of tasks for you to complete in order to practice what you have learned. And by completing the quizzes, the extra reading material and the tasks I have set, I believe you will take even more from the course than if you just sit and watch it, so I highly recommend that you do so.