Monday, December 7, 2009

10 Minutes a Day


Are you having trouble fitting in your writing time?
Here is a simple solution to getting your writing back on track!
My daughter recently learned about time management in Young Women's. After the lesson they handed out weekly calendars with slots to fill in your daily activities. Apparently psychologists have figured out that if you write your goals down you are more likely to achieve them. A time management expert suggested that they write down their daily goals and priorities them each morning. If exercising is your goal, he suggested to start out with just sit ups. Then once that was accomplished on a regular basis to slowly add more activities. This same methodology can be applied to writing. If you are in a writing funk and can't seem to find the time. Set a goal each morning for 10 minutes and slowly increase once you have mastered that. You will find yourself out of that slump and fulfilling your dreams in no time!

5 comments:

  1. Great advice. This time of year, ten minutes sounds doable. :)

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  2. Thanks for reminding me that there really is enough time in the day, if I just make the time for the things that are important.

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  3. I need to try this. Thanks for the tip! :)

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  4. Love that. If a paragraph is all I can manage, I feel so much better than if I'd done nothing.

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  5. Great thoughts...who doesn't have 10 minutes?

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