Writing does not always come easy for everyone, especially on a consistent basis. My program offers a few ways to avoid procrastination and to better focus on reaching your goals, but you must set goals in order to reach them. Create a to-do list for each week and make sure that writing a chapter or two is right at the top of that list.
If your goal is to write once a day, once a week, or any time in between, give yourself time after work or a busy day to settle in and take care of household duties before sitting down to write. Make sure you have no distractions after a certain hour, turn off your phone, and get to it. Make it a habit. You must understand the importance of your finished book to yourself and to others, and to reach your weekly or biweekly goals as if they were as significant as remembering to feed the dog.
Writing your book is not just a hobby or a past time, it has the potential to become your legacy. It has the potential to set you up for the future. It has the potential to alter your life and the lives of your many readers. Writing a book is beneficial in countless ways, and you must first understand this before you are truly ready to reach for your dream of becoming a successful author. Don’t wait any longer – make your dreams a priority.