Let’s face it. Sticking to you writing schedule is easier said than done. Work, family, and personal life seem to find a way to wedge between us and our potential. While we know this, this problem persists after any attempt to be more disciplined. We write lists. We make schedules. We look in the mirror and say “You will do this!” After all of this, we find ourselves back where we started.
The good news is that you are not the problem. Like most humans, when you have a lot on your plate, it’s hard to keep anything less than a necessity on the priority list. The only wrong thing you can do in this situation is go at it alone.
Daily Writing Accountability helps you keep your writing realistic as it relates to your day. Most importantly, It helps you keep your goals “top of mind.”
It’s no secret, the busy people use accountability to manage their progress and stay on track with their goals. The right coach can help you find your rhythm and your focus. The result is a tremendous increase in productivity and less stress.
Connect with Coach Linton and start achieving your writing goals today. Remember, get used to the feeling of finishing what you started.
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