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- Page Numbers Source ISBN: 154297318X
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- Publication Date: February 6, 2017
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- Language: English
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From her tips on time management to tax information, Sanders covers all the bases. She even discusses subjects I’d never given a thought to. As a chronic procrastinator I found her advice invaluable. As someone who has facilitated workshops on goal setting you’d think I would be pretty good at staying on task. The tips on avoiding procrastination in Traci’s book have already helped me take a second look at how I manage my time and improve on my habits.
In addition to her own hard learned advice she provides links to resources; something not many authors are willing (or able) to do.
Whether you have already published a book or are simply considering taking the leap into “authorhood”, this book is an important resource.
I found countless tips to encourage and assist me, all wrapped up in an easy-to-read, enjoyable package. Highly recommend!
Whether you are already a writer or hoping to be one, or simply a person with dreams trying to set definite goals into motion, this book will give you inspiration, motivation and even lists of practical, applicable advice on how to turn dreams into doable plans. Aspiring writers should definitely check it out! The format is clearly laid out, so you can easily go back to the tips you liked or need to 'revise', but what appealed to me was the personal touch throughout. I recognized myself in plenty of situations, tackling family, work and author aspirations. I have learned some things while reading, some have been put into the right perspective and with some, realizing that I am not the only one battling such creativity-driven 'symptoms' and side effects was assistance enough.
The author offers lots of advice, supported by quotes, experience and research, but her goal is not to preach or criticise, but clarify, compartmentalize and encourage. We all need pep talks once in a while, and this certainly is one. Some may expect more numbers and data, but for me, there is just enough 'maths' here to support my art. Learning to differentiate critique from criticism, and turning dreams into plans is certainly something all of us could benefit from, regardless of our age, profession and origin. Congratulations to the author.
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This book is super informative. I also found it's encouraging for the aspiring author as well.Read more