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Aspiring writers write a sentence, paragraph, or page, and then immediately edit it. All perfectionists are deep into self-sabotage.
You want a full first draft. Then you start the revision process.
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Excuses for not writing. One common one is “Waiting for the Muse.”
Plan your work and work your plan. I say, “Suck it up and be brave if you want to amount to anything as a writer.”
Some writers have a clear picture of what they want to writebut then they think that they are going to finish their manuscript in a week or month.
The cure for this is to determine how many words you can write per day based on your schedule, then adjust you...
The classic way for writers to zone out is alcohol or drugs and today they seek hits of brain dopamine by constantly consulting their phones or sites like Facebook.
Identify the self-sabotaging behaviors and refuse to be seduced by them. We need to get pleas...
Writing should be a spontaneous activity—idea to page—but we dream too long and the idea is lost in the haze and never hits the page.
Writers must outline their work. We need to plan the major plot points, understand their characters in minute detail, and ...
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The first words you write are the first draft. Writing is thinking. You'll rarely know what exactly you want to say when you start writing.
The time you put into editing, reworking and refining turns your first draft into a second draft, and then into a third. If you keep refining it o...
You don’t “find the book as you write.” You have to do the hard work of solving the problem first. You have to figure out the best route, too. Before you start to write, articulate the idea in one sentence, one paragraph and one page. Nassim Taleb wrote in
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