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To Clutter, or to Unclutter… That Is The Question
One of the most important factors that influence your productivity and the creative act is… the clutter, or better said the “unclutter”.
If you are really serious about reaching your writing goals, you must take care of this aspect. I know, you’ve probably heard it so many times that you are already feeling bored reading this again. OK. That’s fine. But… look around you, examine your desk and sincerely tell yourself that you have already taken care of this matter.
Free Your Mind To Fulfill Your Writing Goals
Excerpt from the book “How to Reach Your Writing Goals like a Pro – A Step by Step Guide to becoming a Self-Published Author” (Chapter 2: Step 1 – Declutter Your Mind)
OK. Let’s get started!
No matter what your goal is, no matter how easy or hard you may think it is to attain, the first step that you must take is to declutter your mind.
One of the reasons for which you still haven’t reached your writing goals, is the fact that all of what you’ve learned and heard about publishing your book or about becoming a successful writer, were implemented ideas that are now blocking their fulfillment inside you. Read More