Tips for productivity. Lessons in work-life balance. Ways to find extra hours in the workweek.
Productivity is not just about how much you can get out of your time. Productivity comes down to mindset, self-care, and allowing for freedom.
Most people talk about productivity in a very “get things done” manner, but here at The Wordling, we believe in being productive not because of a cracked whip, but because you’ve allowed yourself the freedom and space to be so.
And how do you do that? This section will show you the way.
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- 61 Ways To Be Productive When You Work From Home
- The Seven Habits of Highly Productive Writers
- 8 Ways Tracking Your Time Can Make You More Productive and Help Grow Your Business
- The Writer’s Work Ethic: How to Create It, Maintain It, and Sustain It
- Finding Work-Life Balance as a Writing Parent
- The Productivity Tip That Will Defeat Your To-Do List
- Do You Have an Unreasonable To-Do List? Here’s How to Fix It
- How to Handle Sick Days When You’re Self-Employed
- Moving, When Your Office is Also Your Home
- Why Creative People Need to be More Organized (and How to Get There)
- Why it’s so Important to Have Time to Think (and How to Find it!)
- Are Your Goals Too Ambitious? Here’s Why You Should Let Them Go
- Here’s Why You’re Not Achieving Your Writing Goals
- How Freelancers Can Find More Freedom in Their Work
- Lessons Learned From Teaching the 30 Days, 30 Queries Course
- How I Found Five Additional Hours in My Work Week
- What To Do When You Feel Like You’re Losing Your Shit
- How to Keep Writing When Life Gets in the Way
Shut Up and Write: The No-Nonsense, No B.S. Guide to Getting Words on the Page
This book doesn’t deal with writer’s block. It addresses the thousand things going on in your head that prevent you from Actually. Being. Productive.
With her characteristic humor, practicality, and hard-earned wisdom, Natasha Khullar Relph demonstrates an understanding of the creative mind. She shows you how to write anything—and finish it.