Creating A Writing Environment for Success

I write a little every day.  Some days I find I can barely write a sentence and other days I find now only can I write every day but my writing is more creative and I have more fun putting computer keystrokes to paper.  Giving me pause to think about what exactly is the difference.  So I came up with a few key factors that create an environment for successful writing. 

The following tips will help you in setting up the best atmosphere for increasing your chances of success.

  • Keep your energy levels as high as possible by making sure you eat healthy meals.
  • Create a schedule for writing each day to make it routine. If the writing becomes a habit, it will be a lot easier for writing over time.
  • Every night create a list of what you intend to write the following day.

The most important, if you skip your routine by any chance, don’t panic and beat yourself about that. You can just continue the following day, but don’t make a habit of breaking your routine.

Eliminate Time Clutter – Create A Not To Do List

 

Most people are overwhelmed by having busy lives, and most likely they have some to-do list in the form of a note on the mobile phone or computer, a piece of paper etc. Looking at that list might make you crazy since there are too many things to do and so little time.

In my experience, the list is growing and growing until it becomes an alligator that bites.

So can you get control of your to-do list?

Start by creating a not to do list instead. You can write for example I’m not gonna waste my time doing things, that are not going to be of value for my clients. This will make me stay on course and do the things for adding value. Because if I tell myself that I need to write some article, it won’t motivate me enough, but if I say that I will add some value to my work, will motivate me a lot more.