Monday Morning Jumpstart –
Time Management for Writers

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If you struggle to find the time to write … work on your writing business … or make progress towards your paid writing goals – you have got to watch this week’s Monday Morning Jumpstart!

In today’s episode, AWAI Chief Success Officer, Ted Capshaw, and Director of Training, Jade Trueblood, talk about why people don’t think they have time …

And where to find the time to achieve anything you want with your writing career and your life.

Join us every Monday Morning for a boost of writing motivation, plus tips and strategies to make sure you're staying on track and moving towards your goals all year.

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Published: April 25, 2022

3 Responses to “Monday Morning Jumpstart: No Time to Write? Watch This... ”

  1. Yes..time management comes down to focus and choosing the "Big Rocks"!I discovered it is easier to focus on my writing in the morning by waiting to check email. A friend who only looks at email twice a day reminded my most email isn't urgent and it saves time to create a schedule for viewing email.

    Jim Abbey

  2. Sorry I don't take the TIME to write here every week!!! My thought on time. I try to do a moveable routine. This time for this that time for that. By moveable I mean it is penciled in. Something comes up, I do it and then come back. I look at my calendar first thing each day and do my "routine" around the calendar. That way I get my personal stuff done and can get back to the scheduled things that I don't have as much control over and knock them out. End of day, feet up with a glass of wine.

    DeeJay

  3. The key to time management is taking ownership of how we pass the time. Calendaring can be your friend, color coding, prioritizing, and taking 15 to 20 minutes a morning to plan the day can add hours of opportunity and productivity to your life.

    Kristan Kanyuch


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