Big projects seem overwhelming. Usually, when we're faced with projects like that, we tend to push them to the side in favor of smaller tasks that are easier to tackle.
Turn a big project into a series of smaller tasks that are easier to complete and put them on your agenda, to make sure you’re getting something done.
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Having a clear sense of structure in mind when you start writing is really helpful.
So make sure you generate an outline. Start by making a list of the various sections you think you’ll need in your writing project. You can reorder them later. After that, make a list of the more specific el...
When you feel the urge to quit writing, tell yourself that you’re going to write for five more minutes.
You might even get a second wind and write for more than five minutes. And more importantly, you are training yourself on how to deal with the feeling of frustration that often makes you...
Don't get stuck in the process of trying to find the perfect words. Start by drafting something.
Write down a bunch of sentences that relate to the outline you constructed. Then, you can go back and edit, to get rid of everything that doesn’t fit.
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Your to-do list is not your project list. Don't add multi-action tasks to your to-do list, such as "Clean out the office." Break projects down to smaller, easier-to-tackle subtasks.
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Take each of your goals and break them out into a series of smaller goals that you can accomplish each month and week throughout the year.
This way you know what you have to do, so you can schedule the appropriate chunks of time to do it.
Break down big tasks into smaller ones to avoid procrastinating and help you stay on track to achieve your final goal.
Never put a huge project down as just one to-do on your list. Instead, put bite-sized to-dos that you can do one at a time. Take it step by step.
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