There’s a saying, attributed to more than one author, that you’ve got to write a million words before you’re ready for publication. If that’s true, and I’m inclined to believe it’s certainly part of the equation, then it’s proof – … Continued
Keeping a daily log is an essential technique for staying focussed on achieving the goals of your project. It’s one of the best kept secrets in project management, but it’s also a simple method to employ.
Notes – I’m always making them and I guess you are too. From a hastily scribbled name or phone number to the details of a book or article you found interesting, or even that brilliant idea you’ve just had that … Continued
Finding your niche, the place where you spend the maximum amount of time and energy doing the things that you love, can be a surprisingly long and hard journey. Work and other every-day commitments – if they aren’t already aligned … Continued
Welcome to the first post of Cutover Writing, my blog about making the transition – or cutover – to writing. There’s nothing more exciting and full of possibility than starting the journey towards achieving a new objective. It’s a time … Continued