It’s all too easy to procrastinate when you’re a writer. If you are looking for ways to stop procrastinating and work on your writing, here are 5 questions I ask students and new writers to consider:
1️⃣ What do you want to achieve?
2️⃣ What are you doing right now to achieve it, and what’s working?
3️⃣ How committed are you?
4️⃣ What are you afraid of?
5️⃣ When do you want to start?
These questions get to the root problem of why a writer can procrastinate on their manuscript – be it short or long.
Once we identify the issues holding you back as a writer, we can work through the solutions together and get you on the path to completion.
Are you ready to answer these questions? Let’s get you booked in for a discovery call and chat about your writing. The first 15 minutes are free.
Need an extra boost for your story?
Sometimes we all need help to get there, and that’s ok. I’ve listed a few links below for your reference, should you like that extra push!
– Book your place on the “Getting Started with Short Stories” online course, here.
– Follow The Reading Room Podcast for tips and insights here. You can also take part in the writing exercises to enhance your writing skills for writing tips and insights.