We all need to hear this…
While the key to being an excellent writer is practice, practice, practice, getting that practice can be tough.
It requires a regular writing habit, which can be hard to forge and easy to drop when life gets in the way.
Even if you can consistently write, distractions and interruptions can waste precious writing time.
When that happens, getting back on track quickly will help—and that’s where training yourself to write comes in handy.
5 Ways To Train Yourself To Write
1. Pick A Specific Time
Just like you need to turn up to a job at a certain time, treat your writing sessions the same.
Pick a time when you know you can regularly write and designate it as the start of your “Writing Job.”
If you’ve been following my blog for a while, you’ll know I get up at 6 am and write for at least an hour…
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