Tag: self-discipline

So, You Want to Write a Book? But, First …

At this point, you have an idea for your book and a long list of resources to help you through the process. You are probably more than ready to begin, but wait a few moments. There are some things you

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The Magic of Your Muse is a Myth

You sit down to write, but you’re not inspired. You’ve done everything you can think of to put it off as you wait for your muse to show herself, but she is not making an appearance today. Who can be

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How to Run Your Business From Home

Working out of your home is a good news-bad news scenario. The good news is that you don’t have to rent an outside office, furnish it, and pay utilities. You don’t have to drive anywhere, which prolongs the life of

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5 Traits Every Writer Needs

What does it take to become a successful writer? What sets her apart from those who start out with great enthusiasm and hope only to give up somewhere along the way? Do writers who achieve their goals and build careers share

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Why You Need Guidance & Support

You’re writing a book—perhaps your first. You have dotted all the “i”s and crossed all the “t”s. You know you want to do it; you have a compelling idea that you can stay excited about for the long term. And you

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