Producing is the name of the game if you want to make a living writing. If you are inefficient, can’t ever complete projects, or find yourself always taking way too long to get your thoughts out, you won’t be successful.
Find strategies to boost your productivity and you will become a more successful writer.
Eldon Sarte of Wordpreneur.com was nice enough to let me share some productivity tips for writers recently. So check out this post and find six ways to boost your writing productivity. And browse through the rest of the site while you are there. You’ll find lots of really good information.
The tips I wrote about on Wordpreneur.com are specifically for book writers, since I ghostwrite books for others, but you can use the pointers to help boost your writing productivity, no matter what kind of writing you are doing.
What is the main problem you have in completing your writing projects?