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Maximise Your Writing Time and Income

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If you're reading this it's because you want to be a writer.

And not just any writer.

You want to be a successful writer.

And by successful I mean someone who writes every day.

There are too many people who say they want to be a writer "one day" or who claim they are a writer, but they never write anything from one week to the next.

So if you're not writing daily, and writing a lot, then just how dedicated to being a writer are you?

If you're not writing every day or not achieving the sales you want from your writing, what can you do about it?

The answer is to be more dedicated to being a writer.

To be a dedicated writer there are things that you should not do.

Don't try and have a perfectly flawless website.

Don't fuss over how many email subscribers you have or whether or not your emails get opened and read.

Don't waste time designing a fancy-schmancy cover for every book you write.

Don't edit while you're writing.

Don't worry over typos and other minor details on your blog or in your emails.

In other words, pay more attention to the things that matter.

Get your website online quickly.

Ignore email 'opens' and 'clicks' and instead look at the sales you make.

A book cover has to be suitable, not flawless.

Typos aren't as important as writing epic content.

Don't get it right, get it written. Editing is a job you do AFTER all the writing is done.

When I first startd as a writer, I had no clue how to go about it. So I did a couple of writing courses, set up a website and learned from there.

And because I was dedicated insted of perfect, I had quite amazing and speedy success.

Despite my rather odd-looking website, I began to earn advertising revenue, affiliate commissions and I gained several writing clients.

That's the difference between being dedicated and being a wanna-be.

So if my experience is anything to go by, you don't have to get it right, you just have to get it going.

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