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How to stop time – productivity and time management for creatives (write faster + defeat procrastination)

You’re early! These are just quick notes to myself…   Deep work Mindset. Doing the important work first. Organized intent/awareness Deep work -Saying no (thesis research, refusal, defiance.) Bartleby the Scrivener, I’d rather not. -outsourcing   Habits Triggers Rewards Sleep schedule Food Solitude   Community/competition   Supplements Tea Coffee (Bulletproof) Caffeine Water Lion’s Mane Gapapentin Kratom Marijuana Modafinil Ritalin “Men …

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Why I don’t retweet other authors

I’m a big fan of helping indie authors – I don’t think anyone can call me selfish with my time or resources (I give away a lot of both, freely). But I also don’t retweet other authors very often. In fact, I actively purge my feed of book promotions or spam. And I unfollow authors who share them. Twitter is …

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When should you give up on your creative dream?

Persistence is not noble. This is the issue where I divide from most other leaders in the field – most creative people tell you to just keep creating. Keep doing the work. Don’t worry if the market isn’t responding. Don’t worry if nobody gets it. If you feel inspired to create, just make what you want to. As long as …

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Why using Kickstarter to crowdsource your book (fundraising for authors) is a bad idea

I used Kickstarter on my first non-fiction book. I very barely succeeded raising less than $1000. Here is how it works: you basically promise a copy of the book and any extras. You give bigger/more fun prizes depending on donation amount (these aren’t really “donations” – people expect to get something in return). You can include personal stuff like “10 …

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