If there is one thing almost all writers have in common, it is that their productivity varies from day to day.
Some days are great, targets are achieved, projects are completed and there were no problems.
Other days, writers find themselves procrastinating. They get distracted and find that by the end of the day they haven’t achieved even half of what they set out to get done.
The big problem is, those bad days cost a lot of money in lost productivity and billings.
Freelance writers only get rich if they can find a way to maintain a peak level of productivity, every single day.
How can you do that? How can you make sure that every day is a productive day? How can you get rid of writer’s block, banish procrastination and avoid all distractions?
You need to get organized and have a system in place.
You need a process that gives structure and discipline to each day.
Frankly, most freelance writers don’t have enough self-discipline. As a result they lose hundreds of hours a year, and thousands of dollars.
Is there a way to structure one’s work that results in continuous, peak productivity?
Yes, there is. It’s called Writing Rituals.
Five separate a sequential rituals are put in place, helping writers structure their work and achieve much higher levels of productivity, on a continuous basis.