Productivity for writers has a way of going down the drain during the holidays.
It’s all too easy to get sucked into the vortex of dinner parties, gift shopping, time off, and binge-watching a new season of your favorite TV show.
Your usual schedule for freelance writing and marketing gets squeezed by other things.
Fortunately, there’s plenty of time to get stuff done, complete assignments, land new clients, and still enjoy the holidays.
But to get from here to there, you’ll want to get on board the Ugly Barge of Productivity for Writers, says business consultant and former U.S. Army officer Charlie Gilkey.
In a recent Freelance Writers Den podcast, we talked with Gilkey and freelance writer Frances Booth about:
- Writer’s block
- And other topics
The goal: Help you make the most of the 71 days, 1,704 hours, and 102,240 minutes left in 2017.
Want to know the secret to year-end success as a freelance writer? Get on board.