Webinar: Beat Writer Procrastination with this 5-Step Plan

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Not getting where you want to go as quickly as you’d like on your quest as a paid writer? This Inside AWAI Webinar and Q&A is for you!

AWAI’s Chief Success Officer Ted Capshaw will show you how to make small, incremental changes that lead to big forward progress towards your writing and financial goals.

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In under an hour, Ted will teach you how to …

  • Bust past the “Change Curve” that may be stopping you cold
  • Embrace the “1 Percent Rule” and make it work in your favor (instead of against you)
  • Set “SMART Goals” and turn your dreams into commitments that move you forward
  • Get your momentum going by “blocking”
  • And win the personal war that keeps you paralyzed

Watch it today so you can beat procrastination and learn how to make real forward progress this year towards the writer’s life of your dreams.

Do you have any questions about how to overcome writer procrastination? Share in the comments below so we can help.

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Published: March 1, 2019

2 Responses to “Webinar: Beat Writer Procrastination with this 5-Step Plan”

  1. Thank you, You are reminding me to do several things that I know I need to do. I am thinking of listening to this again whenever I feel overwhelmed or feel I have taken on right now too much. I have learned that for me, listening and reading things over and over helps it to sick in my mind deeper and become everyday thoughts

    Guest (Shan)


    I gained perspective on devouring the proverbial 'ELEPHANT in the room' by chunking, or breaking tasks into manageable bites, to avoid choking it all down in one!

    Briefly 'touching' new information once a day helps establish long-term, permanent storage of material for future recall. Read, write, listen, discuss, & practice, alone or with a partner. Repeat.

    As a RULE, this will cause material to move naturally from frontal lobe to permanent memory.

    Repetition is key!

    Guest (Debi Lyn)

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