“The secret of getting ahead is getting started”- Mark Twain

As discussed last week, for writers, daydreaming is part the job. Spending time in your thoughts comes with the territory. But how do you start putting ‘pen to paper’?

One great way to start is by scheduling. Why is it important? This is the initial step since you do have other responsiblities/ work apart from your writing that require your time and energy. So in order to start writing, you will first need to set aside the necessary time to do so.

Sure, there are other steps you will need to take to get started. Feel free to share any tips/advice you may have, in the comment section below.

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