A masterclass on long-form writing
Overwhelm is one of the great plagues of our existence. When faced with a mighty task, our brains sometimes decide to shut down before anything has been completed. Fighting that voice in your head that’s telling you to quit is more of an opportunity rather than a challenge.
When you begin a monumental journey, like writing a book, where do you even begin? Even just constant ideation coupled with organizing can be enough to deter people away. Yet pushing through the discomfort is highly rewarding in the short and long term. Persistence is a principle that applies to everything in life – not just writing a book.
In today’s episode of the Becoming Kings Podcast, I go over every strategy known to man about writing books as quickly as possible, how to overcome writer’s block, and some tips for dealing with a lack of time. You’d be surprised at how fast you could write a book with the correct plan and idea.
In this episode you’ll learn about…
- Lessons learned from hunting discomfort. (0:46)
- Different approaches to writing a book. (4:09)
- Bullet points upon bullet points. (7:30)
- The value of hiring an editor. (11:12)
- Paying for accountability. (14:04)
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