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How Can One Guy Write 30,000 Articles and 300 eBooks in 10 Years?

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Have you ever heard of Lance Winslow? Chances are, you probably haven’t.

Yet he is one of the most prolific writers I know.

How prolific?

Let me tell you.

In the last 10 years he as written over 30,000 articles on

Thirty Thousand!

That means if he wrote articles 7 days a week for 52 weeks a year, he’d have to write about 10 articles a day.

And if that’s not enough, he has around 300 books in the Kindle store.

And his books aren’t small either.

He has an ebook on Time Management (and if I was ever going to read a book on that subject, his would be my first choice) that has 46 chapters.

Lance Winslow says he comes from a family of over-achievers and he really is a chip off the old block.

I don’t know anyone who writes as much as he does (although my husband is convinced he must outsource most of the writing).

He says he’s now retired (and still under 50 years old) but he still writes and he travels a lot.

In his ‘working’ life, as well as all his writing, he also owned a car wash franchise company and ran a think tank, which he still does, in his ‘retirement.’

Now while I think that few of us can ever expect to have the same prolific writing output of Lance Winslow, we can take a proverbial leaf out of his book and up our writing output.

He is an inspiration to us all and shows that our writing achievements can indeed be almost limitless.

So how many books do you think you can write in the next 10 years?

See The Interesting 100 Book Challenge at my blog.

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