There is no magic to writing a book.
You take action, every single day, until your book is finished. You plan, schedule and execute the plan.
There is no magic to writing a book. None. You take action, every single day, until your book is finished. You plan, schedule and execute the plan. You write.
This book teaches you how to begin your day with clarity. You learn specific habits to improve your focus and remove needless decisions entirely.
You must participate in every exercise to achieve the greatest results.
If you are serious about finishing your manuscript, grab your notebook, a pen, and a cup of your favorite beverage, and join me at the kitchen table. We’ll chat about habits, willpower and self-discipline. We’ll discuss how the mind functions, what makes a habit stick, and how our willpower fades throughout the day. We’ll talk about concrete steps to improve your self-discipline.
Then I’ll ask you to complete a series of exercises. These exercises reveal, at a deep level, what’s important to you – what you value most in life. This clarity of purpose allows you to create a morning routine designed to jump-start your daily writing output.
Don’t worry. I don’t tell you what to do.
I offer suggestions. I encourage you to begin with small changes to experience immediate “wins.” I will show you how other productive writers start their days and ask you to add key elements from their lives to your daily routine. Pick what works for you and forget about the rest.
But this whole process begins with honesty – self-honesty – so grab a full bucket of willingness and let’s get started.