As someone who has the outline for a non fiction book , along with the chapters, set up; but who has yet to do something with it… this is just perfect.
I suspect I’m not alone and so I am
reclogging ,or even reblogging this great post… to motivate we fence-sitters! I will also put on my damn reading glasses!
Thanks for visiting and have a great day.
Until the next time.
An interesting question was asked about indie authors and motivation. Without a boss of any kind, we make our own deadlines that are about as flexible as an overcooked noodle. It gets even harder when the person is a full-time author. So how does one stay on track as a solitary organism operation? Cloning? Train mice to do your bidding? Extra wives/husbands? Removing all feasible distractions from TV to ceiling fans to any length of string? Let’s see some ideas.
- A blog can help by making public goals that are either weekly or monthly. This creates a sense of accountability since you, hopefully, have people reading your blog. They will know if you slack off or aren’t writing at all. I would call this the ‘forging of guilt and shame’ path. At least you try to avoid those two things.
- Make a personal deadline for things. This…
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