Monday, January 01, 2007

Writing Success for 2007

As a new year starts, we all have our writing aims and hopes but, in order for them to be realised, they do need to be worked upon. And over the next few weeks I'll be describing ways and techniques to help with productivity and your writing output.

In the meantime, to get the new year off to a good start, do write down what you hope to achieve. Written goals stand far more chance of becoming realised and will give you something positive and concrete to aim for.

Your writing goals could include short term projects as well as longer term objectives but, by planning and thinking about what you hope to do and achieve over the next 12 months, you will be helping to get the new year off to an excellent start.

And I hope it will be a successful one for you.

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