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Can’t Finish Your Writing Tasks Despite All the Planning? Execute this Forgotten 3-Step Writing Productivity Action Plan Which is Not for the Cowardly

You start your day hoping to get your quota of writing tasks done. You had it all planned out for a productive writing day.

At the end of the day, for some reason, you don’t produce the results you’ve aimed for.

You had all the time. You had the energy. You could handle the tasks. Still nothing much to show for it.

It happens pretty much every time you sit down to work. You wonder how you can fix this loss of productivity.

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How to Exercise the Writing Muscles in Your Brain and Write Each Time You Sit Down : At Home, At Work, In a Cafe, Anywhere, Every Day

Just like you have body muscles to lift heavy objects or kick a ball, you have muscles in your brain for writing.

Only thing is you can’t see them.

Keep these mental muscles in shape and you’ll write on demand, any time, anywhere you’re required to, as easy as getting up from your chair and walking.

While developing your hand or leg muscles comes naturally, the same is not the case with the writing muscles in your brain.

Why?

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Finishing Writing WHat You Start

The One Productivity Ultimatum That Gets You Finishing Every Writing Project You Start

Do you start writing projects as easily as turning on the tap and but don’t dare ‘close’ them?

There are various stages of the writing process where you ‘chicken out’.

Idea stage. You get an idea for a piece of writing. You jot down the idea. You know it’s a good one. One you should work on. But you don’t do anything beyond it.

You get an idea, and you expand  on it. You even write a synopsis

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This Simple Tweak Will Dramatically Improve Your Daily Writing Productivity

Don’t have enough time for writing?

If only you weren’t working full time and have family commitments, you would have put much more into  writing, wouldn’t you?

Well, you wouldn’t have,really. The grass is always greener on the other side.

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