Need to find more time to write - without sacrificing the important things? Looking to consistently discover great book ideas? Wish you could generate a steady income from your words or increase what you already make?
The solution to these questions is to change what you do first thing in the morning. And that's why you should listen to The Miracle Morning for Writers: How to Build a Writing Ritual That Increases Your Impact and Income (Before 8AM).
The Miracle Morning for Writers combines Hal Elrod's global phenomenon with Steve Scott's proven writing habit techniques (which helped him get on the Wall Street Journal best sellers list). You learn how to take charge of your morning and maximize "the rest of the day" for your writing efforts.
Here's what you'll discover in The Miracle Morning for Writers:
You will also learn:
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Just finished listening this morning and I've already committed to starting it again on this afternoon's commute. That's a first for me.
I expected tips on how to make my writing habit a successful habit instead of a chore I only start to enjoy 15 minutes before my schedule forces me to stop...which makes it easy to avoid the next day.
Well I got all that and a whole lot more. Imbalready benefitting from the very easy steps for self motivation, which start from the night before. I highly recommend this book for anyone who is struggling to hone their craft, and want to commit to attaining higher productivity and profit.
Great listen! Not just for writers. interesting thoughts, ideas, strategies, and real life trial and error examples.
This might be helpful for someone brand new to creative writing, or someone who has never read a self-help book. It presents a list of "best way to start your day" (journal, brush your teeth, etc) with writing best practices (write every day, find a productive place to do it, etc)
If there was an award for stating the blindingly obvious, this book would win it. If there was a medal for taking the most convoluted route to say something simple, it would surely get a gold.
Tips such as doing a google search to find guided meditations online are hardly insightful. Some of the advice made me laugh out loud. Who on earth would bother getting a special programmable device so your lights come on on the morning. A bedside lamp does the job just fine.
Basically the advice is get up an hour early, brush your teeth, drink a glass of water, meditate, do some stretches, write. That's it!
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