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7 Tips for Boosting Your Productivity as a Writer

7 Tips for Boosting Your Productivity as a Writer

It’s easy to call yourself a writer. It’s harder to have something to show for it.

Many writers struggle with productivity (we can’t all be James Patterson). Even if you have an absolutely amazing idea for a book, it can be hard to motivate yourself to actually start writing it. You might write daily, but if you’re only able to write a few hundred words before you lose focus, it’ll take a long time to produce something more substantial.

Ready to Branch Out? Try Writing Conferences, Retreats, & Workshops

Ready to Branch Out? Try Writing Conferences, Retreats, & Workshops

Writing is a solitary pursuit. Whether you’re holed up in your home office or you set up shop at the local coffee shop, writing is the kind of work that’s quiet, introspective, and (at times) isolating.

That’s all the more reason to push yourself outside of your little bubble and into the writing community. When you attend writing events, you can learn new things, meet interesting people, and take the next step in your writing career.