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The first step to maximize your writing time is to commit to writing your memoir—really commit. More than other choice, committing to write will focus you and make every other decision easier—and even sometimes unnecessary.
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“But I already want to write my memoir!” I can hear some hypothetical writer protesting. “I am very interested.”
How “committed” manages time and how “interested in” does not
No, commitment is not about wanting to write a memoir, not about trying to write one, and not about being interested in writing one… [Free Membership required to read more. See below. ]