Do you find it difficult to get started on a writing project? Maybe it’s because you’re working 40 hours per week and you’re tired when you get home. Maybe you’re home during the day but you have small children and are busy caring for them. Writing a booklet doesn’t take long once you get started, but you do need to get started. Whatever your reason for not getting to it, I’ve got the solution for you.
What you need to do is consider your day and block out the time when you are least likely to be interrupted and most likely to be productive. So, if you’re working a day job, maybe you could get up and hour earlier and write in your pj’s. Or maybe you’ll be able to write on the weekends for several hours at a stretch. If you have small children, maybe you could write in the afternoon while they nap or at night after they’ve gone to bed.
The key is to be as consistent as you can and block out the same hours each day. Once you do it will become routine and therefore easy to stick to.
I’ve been using this tactic for years now and it has always worked well for me. You just need to make up your mind to do it. Give it a try and you’ll see that it works.
To your riches!