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When to sit down writing: on a schedule or when struck by inspiration

When to sit down writing: on a schedule or when struck by inspiration

 

When do you usually sit down writing: on a certain schedule or only when struck by inspiration?

Watch this video as I share the insights on this questions and talk about habits of a successful and productive writer.

In the comments below please share your a-ha!-moment from this video!

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The biggest misconception about productivity

The biggest misconception about productivity

  There is a big misconception about what being more productive really means. A lot of people think (and you might be among them) that being more productive is about getting more things done. This can’t be further from truth! Watch this video to find out what being more productive really means and start makingContinue Reading

How to deal with a pile of deadlines? (VIDEO)

How to deal with a pile of deadlines? (VIDEO)

  What to do when you have a pile of deadlines to meet by the end of the week? One deadline is already bad enough, and what if you have 3 deadlines on your plate? What to do when procrastination gradually turns into paralysis? Watch the above video to learn ONE technique that helps youContinue Reading

How to overcome resistance and revisit your writing

How to overcome resistance and revisit your writing

  Do you need to revisit your recent writing project – a paper or your thesis – to make final corrections before submission? Are you experiencing a huge resistance to it? Postponing opening it? Dreading facing it? In the above video I explain where this resistance comes from and share with you ONE powerful tipContinue Reading

Learn from Nobel Prize Laureates

The Nobel Prize laureates of 2014 have been announced earlier this week. The interviews with each recipient of the prize can be listened by following the links below; there is also a transcription of each interview: PHYSICS: The Nobel Prize in Physics 2014 was awarded jointly to Isamu Akasaki, Hiroshi Amano and Shuji Nakamura “forContinue Reading