Being a More Productive Writer


Writing can seem like a chore sometimes – particularly when you need to craft a concise and persuasive message. Take a one-page proposal, for example. While you may be able to easily jot down all of the benefits of your product or service, the technical specs, the construction or implementation process, and so forth, there simply isn’t room on the page for extraneous text. The laborious process of creating a persuasive message and focusing that message on the core elements often lends itself to procrastination. And as we all know, procrastination is detrimental to productive business.

So how do you keep yourself on track and avoid procrastination? An article published by the Creative Penn blog has great strategies on staying productive during the writing process. Although the article is directed at professional writers, its tips are helpful for anyone looking to be more productive in their work. Some of our favorites include: becoming a serial schedule; and, keep yourself accountable. We highly recommend reading this article and consider how these tips and tricks might benefit you:

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