If you’ve read much of my work, you’ve probably read my frantic warnings that writing is a “sinlge-task” activity — that when you’re writing, you should be only writing.
But you’re busy. Often you’ve got three, five… 15 things on your to-do list. How can you possibly set aside a long stretch of uninterrupted quiet time whenever you have to write a work-related document?
Fair question. So let’s attack this problem from another angle.
Here’s a short time-management workbook I wrote for a seminar company in which I’m a partner. Maybe the ideas in this workbook can help you get more done with your day — and help you give your writing the time and clear thinking it deserves.
Oh, and if these ideas work for you — or if they don’t — I’d love to hear about it. Please let me know, at firstname.lastname@example.org.
To your productivity!