I probably fall short on those seven habits.
Great links, sister!
I have always been a fan of goal setting.
Thanks for sharing the links!I wanted to let you know that I tagged you for the Liebster Award here:http://tinyurl.com/3wbj8ll Hope you join the fun! :)
Not my best topic. I'm just trying to get a publishable book written. LOL (*marketing-genius-Carrie cringes* :P)
I guess my only tip is to enjoy the heck out of whatever process you have. I look at writing as my way to treat myself and see just how well I can set my story into motion.
I wish writing could be my main job, but I'm fewer than 7 years from retirement. Ugh
I'm falling short on every habit. I need to be more organized!!!
I think we all do. My problem is balance...
Thanks, sister! :D
I'll be checking these links out. Again, thank you!
Great links! It does help to treat writing like a job. It really is one, albeit unpaid for me right now, but then my volunteer work is unpaid and any good volunteer treats that type of work professionally.
I'm bookmarking these for sure...Especially the first, on scheduling
Sweet! Thank you, Yelena. :D
Pfft! I may be organized, but I'm terrible with structured schedules. I end up spinning around in my chair going, "ADD, ADD, ADD..."
That's a great way to look at it, Lee! :)
So close, Donna! You can make it. :D
Don't make me come over to WV and have an intervention! ;)
No problem, Mark! :)
Exactly! We should take pride in all work we do, not just the paid variety. :)
*Grins* Well, as long as it was a good show and/or movie... Thanks, Joylene!
I'm glad to hear that, David! :)
Turning up every day is the key trick! You need consistency.
Susan Kaye Quinn has written great work. Definitely checking her post. Thanks for the links.
I agree. Consistency is the key to most things. :)
Yeah! No problem, Sheena-kay. :)
I've been slacking off a lot recently, so these links are the motivation I need to get myself re-focused.
Me too! :)
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