Anti-Procrastination for Writers: The Writer's Guide to Stop by Akash Karia

By Akash Karia

In keeping with the international-bestseller, “Ready, Set – Procrastinate” through Akash Karia,
now extended AND UPDATED solely for writers.

“It really is the simplest time in background to be a author. The are not any longer any obstacles. You can paintings with whomever you must, at your individual velocity, receives a commission per month, write approximately whatever you will have, do little or no advertising and marketing, and nonetheless succeed in readers.
~ J.A.Konrath

Kick Procrastination within the Butt and Create an everyday Writing Ritual

In this ebook, i'll aid you stay away from procrastination and create a regular writing ritual. i'll disclose to you an identical instruments I used to write down 13 no 1 most sensible promoting books in a single 12 months, whereas nonetheless holding my busy task because the leader advertisement officer for a multimillion-dollar corporation.

Yes, those instruments even paintings for those that are super busy, have households and feature full-time jobs. the explanation i do know those instruments paintings is simply because they're according to simple recommendations which are subsidized through enormous quantities of hours of in depth medical research in addition to my reviews as a writer.

Double Your be aware Count

Using the anti-procrastination and productiveness options during this ebook, i feel that you'll not just manage to double your notice count number but additionally manage to create a constant, day-by-day writing behavior. not more removing writing your e-book until eventually the following day!

It’s time to kick procrastination and laziness within the butt and begin pleasant your strength as a writer.

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It was stream-of-consciousness writing, meaning I would write whatever came to mind. However, the problem with this was that pretty soon I would get stuck. I wouldn’t know how to continue writing, usually because I was missing some important piece of information. Thus, I would end up on the Internet doing research. Sometimes, that didn’t end up well: If you’re not careful, Internet research can lead you on a long and endless journey down the rabbit hole. If you think getting lost in your summer reading list is bad, internet research can take a writer to the shadowiest corners of the web – the hardest part is pulling yourself away when you’ve gone all the way to the heart of darkness.

Write in a place you enjoy being in, and writing will become more enjoyable. Here’s another example: For a long time, I had wanted to make swimming a regular part of my day. However, I’m not a fan of swimming! I hate being in cold water. I had been telling myself I would start swimming but putting it off day after day. I had even signed up for a gym with an indoor swimming pool but never actually went there. So, to make swimming more fun, I chose a gym with an outdoor swimming pool that had an AMAZING view of the ocean.

You’re halfway through the book, but suddenly not feeling very motivated. You’re not sure how to move forward in terms of the plot, so you leave the book behind till you feel inspired again. A couple of days go by and you’re still waiting for inspiration to hit you. Why Are You Procrastinating? Have you ever encountered a similar situation? I have – plenty of times. The reason for procrastination in both the above situations is not that you’re lazy, but the fact that you’re confused as a writer: you’re not clear about what you’re writing!

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