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How To Recover From Creative Burnout: Strict, Yet Realistic Deadlines

How To Recover From Creative Burnout: Strict, Yet Realistic Deadlines

For example, if you need to write a chapter of a book, instead of sitting down and looking at a black page for hours on end, break it up into tiny increments and set tight deadlines (such as 250 words every 20 minutes).

Not only will you not have time to become self-critical, but once you start working it’s much easier to keep going.

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It`s more important to know where you`re going than to get there quickly.

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