Time management is not some dry exercise where you push minutes, hours and days around on a planner. You have to engage with it from inside of yourself.
What you really need is a way to change what’s going on inside of you.
If all you needed was more time to write, you would have a found a way by now. This book will delve into the emotional and psychological blocks buried within us that stop us from simply sitting down to write.
This ebook also offers practical ways to create more time in your busy life—or use the time you do have more effectively.
You may have read time management tips before. The difference? Using the 33-page workbook, you’ll be given a way to apply it to your own life. Putting learning into action bypasses internal barriers and makes it real.
Imparted with humor, empathy and
just the right amount of “take no prisoners.”
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MILLI THORNTON has been helping writers and closet writers since 2001 with her unique blend of intuition, productivity and fun. “Winning the jackpot” is how one of her clients described it. Want to be writing thousands of words within the first week? If you’re struggling with the writing you need or want to do, request a friendly and liberating 1-hour free consultation with Milli today.
Call or txt msg: (505) 234-4156
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“Passion is energy. Feel the power that comes
from focusing on what excites you.”
— Oprah Winfrey
ONE OF MY clients is writing a book that has the potential to help her clients and others live more vibrantly from within. During a coaching session, she told me how she needs to change her life to write this book.
She painted a picture of all the biggest things that demand her time and energy — having a mortgage (needing to sell her house to change that), having clients that need her (she’d have to cut back on her client hours), having five employees to supervise, having a child to support financially, not wanting to sacrifice quality time with her child. . . .
. . . the more she talked, the less possible it sounded to change her life right now so she can write her book.
Then she said the magic words.
“I don’t want to reduce my client work load. Working with my clients is my greatest passion.”
She continued to her next several sentences but I interrupted. “You just said the most important thing. Your greatest passion.”
I asked her to write passionately about her clients without expectation of where it might lead. She got excited. Suddenly, the book took shape in a way that wasn’t possible while she was focusing on everything but her passion.
Our call took place right before her self-appointed Wednesday morning writing time. She now had passion for the writing and knew exactly what to do. Plus, she had a small block of time (1–2 hours) in which to write.
That’s all she needed.
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“I am definitely going to take a course on time management . . . just as soon as I can work it into my schedule.”
— Louis E. Boone
The Uniquely YOU Philosophy
“Not Just Hours & Minutes” Time Management
Why Uniquely YOU?
The Contrary Nature of the 25 Types
Why doesn’t the book start with The Procrastinator?
Tempted to skip the ones that don’t sound like you?
Printing the Workbook (critical to your success!)
The 25 Time Management Types
The Mood Writer
The Grim Writer
The Number Cruncher
The Appointment Setter
The Deadline Slayer
The Meaningful Reward Seeker
The Late Bloomer
The First Drafter