Is Your Writing Productivity in a Slump? Try a Sprint…

by RJ Crayton  on Indies Unlimited:

One of the problems that often plagues authors is their writing productivity. It often seems like there’s not enough time in the day to get everything done. If an author is writing on the side, as opposed to a full-time job, then finding time to sit down and belt out the words can be difficult.

However, some writers are pounding out the words through a technique called sprinting. Much like the running equivalent, sprinting in the writing sense is defined as writing as many words as you can as fast as you can, for a short period of time. Usually, people who sprint set the clock at 20 to 40 minutes.

Sprinting is useful because it overcomes some of the mental hurdles that can stop people from writing.

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