Writing is probably the longest and hardest part of the entire process of self-publishing your book, and you’ll spend the majority of your time in it. This phase can feel like an endless and lonely journey, but when you’re done you’ll know it was worth it.
The primary reason why people never finish their book is that they don’t have the time for it. The second reason is that it’s hard work.
As a person who works full time, I get both those reasons. I understand how work, life, and stress always get in the way of finding the time. I also know how mentally taxing writing can be. It takes a significant amount of effort to think about things like word choice, structure, content, flow, and style.
However, I’m living proof that you can write your book even if you don’t have the time for it.
In this episode, I discuss six tips that can help you out.
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Here’s a list of resources which are mentioned in the episode:
- Ep. 016 Writing a Book Outline: A Simple Framework for Nonfiction Books
- Mack’s Ultra Soft Foam Earplugs
- Scrivener (for writing books)
- Effective Delegation of Authority
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