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8 Tips To Become A More Productive Writer

How To Become A More Productive Writer

Lots of you out there want to become more productive …  I know this, because one of the top questions I get from Bang2writers is, “How do I find TIME to write?”

My answer: you have to MAKE TIME!

Yeah, I get it. There’s never enough time – especially if you have a day job, or a family. This is why you need to come up with a strategy, plus writing goals, if you want to progress.

This isn’t to say you have to STICK doggedly to those goals – if you find you change your mind, you can adapt accordingly and keep going. What’s important is creating a FRAMEWORK, rather than crossing your fingers and hoping some of that spaghetti sticks.

Whilst this infographic is bent towards blogging, there’s some great tips here on becoming a more productive writer generally, whatever your medium. Enjoy!



Infographic Source: How To Make My Blog

Want more tips so you can Get Productive AF?

Then check out B2W’s latest training, Get Productive A.F!

It contains all of my tips, tricks and hacks to help you get words on the page … It also comes with the usual B2W treasure trove of resources AND bonuses.

Bang2writer Jacqueline says of Get Productive AF: 

‘This is a MUST for any writers struggling to hit targets. I did this training in January and it’s completely changed the way I work. On a bad day I can hit the 1000 word mark which, if you have a full-time job and other stuff going on, is productive AF.’ 

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  1. I unplug my router for most of the day so I won’t get distracted. Otherwise the part of my brain that is a child and doesn’t want to work will lead me down a wikipedia wormhole.

    Another thing I do when I’m not quite “feeling it” is to do jumping jacks and yell at myself like a personal trainer: “C’mon man! You’re gonna write this scene! Then the chapter’s halfway done! Yeah! Let’s go!” It may mean I’m nuts but gets me past the lethargy and cobwebs.

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