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Lawrence asks what tools and processes Steve uses to be a prolific writer. In this episode, Steve talks about how he uses daily habits and specific tools to stay on track with his writing.

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    1. Prolific Writing Prolific Writing Tools Tools& &Processes Processes for Daily, Prolific Writing Episode 18 of the Self-Publishing Self-Publishing Questions Questions Podcast

    2. Question: Question: What tools and processes tools and processes do you use to help you be a prolific writer?

    3. TAKEAWAYS Key Prolific Prolific writing writing makes things a lot easier for your book- based business.

    4. TAKEAWAYS Key When it comes to being a prolific writer, it’s all about habits habits. .

    5. TAKEAWAYS Key If you want to be a prolific writer, you must understand when you work best... when

    6. TAKEAWAYS Key ... and focus writing during the time you are at your peak. focus on

    7. TAKEAWAYS Key Use a list of most important most important tasks (MITs) tasks (MITs) to determine what to work on each day.

    8. TAKEAWAYS Key Naturally, make writing writing one of your daily MITs.

    9. TAKEAWAYS Key Focus on consistency consistency first instead word count.

    10. TAKEAWAYS Key Don’t be afraid to say no projects you don't have time for. say no

    11. TAKEAWAYS Key Use a project pipeline: 1. the book you're developing 2. the book you're writing 3. the book that is in post-production

    12. TAKEAWAYS Key Use the Pomodoro technique: work for 25 minutes and then take a five- minute break.

    13. TAKEAWAYS Key Track your productivity!

    14. TAKEAWAYS Key On a Spreadsheet: TIME TIME LOCATION LOCATION DATE DATE AVERAGE AVERAGE WORD WORD COUNT COUNT TOTAL TOTAL WORD WORD COUNT COUNT NO. of NO. of WRITING WRITING BLOCKS BLOCKS TITLE TITLE

    15. TAKEAWAYS Key 80/20 rule 80/20 rule: 80 percent of your results come from 20 percent of your efforts.

    16. Biggest Takeaway: Biggest When it comes to being a prolific writer, it’s all abouthabits habits & & consistency consistency. . Takeaway:

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