Making you a more productive and better-paid freelance writer is the prime goal of ProductiveWriters.com.
Today I’m sharing with you the 10 most important productivity posts from the blog. I suggest you read the 2-3 posts that are most important for you right now and then come back to the others later.
And please leave comments on these posts. I read all comments and respond to many of them.
A Happier Writer is a More Productive Writer
“8 Ways to Increase the Joy of Freelance Writing” is one of my all time favorite PW posts. 46 comments and nearly 200 tweets.
“How to Write Faster: 12 Top Tips for Freelance Writers” gives you the key tools to get your writing done faster, which means more money per hour for you. 71 comments and 146 tweets, with many more good suggestions in those comments.
Overcome Writer’s Block and Procrastination
These two bogeymen can kill your writing career. Read the post “50 Ways to Beat Writer’s Block and Procrastination” to find out the top four ways, and subscribe to this blog to get the free special report with all 50 ways. (See the top of the right column.) 11 comments and 55 tweets.
Don’t Let Perfect Be the Enemy of Pretty Damned Good
“Why Freelance Writers Must Avoid Perfectionism” explains how perfectionism will greatly decrease your productivity. 34 comments and 69 tweets.
You Must Have Clear, SMART Goals for Your Freelance Career
“Why and How Successful Freelance Writers Set Goals” explains why you need goals and lays out the SMART way to go about it. 16 comments and 24 tweets.
Overcome Parkinson’s Law: the Law of Inertia
In “Why You Are So Slow Finishing That Freelance Writing Project” I explain Parkinson’s Law and what you need to do to make sure it doesn’t apply to you. 30 comments and 27 tweets.
Increase Your Reading Speed
“Top Speed Reading Techniques to Boost Your Productivity” gives simple but effective ways to read faster. We freelance writers have to do a lot of reading for our work; when we do it faster we get more done. 29 comments and 37 tweets.
“How to Minimize Interruptions So You Can Get Your Writing Done” helps you deal with those time-wasting interruptions, from e-mail alerts to phone calls to your family members. 37 comments and 73 tweets.
Proper Posture and Movement at the Computer
“Writing Ergonomics: Top Tips for Proper Posture, Alignment, and Movement” contains key information for taking care of your body while you’re writing. 44 comments and 112 tweets.
An Important Question…
“What’s the Best Use of My Time Right Now?” Ask yourself this throughout the day to avoid time-wasting and unimportant activities. 25 comments and 51 tweets.
Feel free leave comments on the posts I featured above and also tell us below which post you like the most.