6 Characteristics Of A Productive, Prolific, And Profitable Artist: The Bull, Brains, And Bows Of Personal Initiative [NOOK Book]

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Writing Warrior isn’t for all writers. It’s for each artistic scribe who is struggling to create more time, create many masterpieces, and enjoy the meaningful life from a thriving creative career.

The mission of this title is to help you invest your time on writing work that you can publish and get paid for. It isn’t about spending your time on social media, platform building, blogging, penning articles, or anything else that can monopolize ...
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6 Characteristics Of A Productive, Prolific, And Profitable Artist: The Bull, Brains, And Bows Of Personal Initiative

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Overview

Writing Warrior isn’t for all writers. It’s for each artistic scribe who is struggling to create more time, create many masterpieces, and enjoy the meaningful life from a thriving creative career.

The mission of this title is to help you invest your time on writing work that you can publish and get paid for. It isn’t about spending your time on social media, platform building, blogging, penning articles, or anything else that can monopolize your mind and distract you from completing projects. Writing is a business. You need to generate income first, free tasks second.

How do you gauge productivity as a writer in today’s online content centered climate? It’s a culture that seems to be measured in titles rather than books, volume more than valued expertise, and numbers more than knowledge. We surf in a crowded current where you can literally publish as many pieces as you’re able to complete.

Being prolific has always been important for a writer. But because the distance from brainstorm to book deal has shortened, attention spans flash and fade within seconds, and the internet price of a book doesn’t always represent the hours of heart, soul, and hard work that went into creating it, you need to be more prolific and productive than ever before to be profitable.

The road to getting published can be a minefield for an aspiring writer. Distraction, rejection, disorganization, and procrastination threaten to blow up your publishing dreams.

The Bull (excuses) Brains (consistent work) And Bows (success) of personal initiative all start and stop with you. You only hurt yourself and hinder your own growth by making excuses for lack of progress. There’s no boss standing over you cracking the whip and no editor controlling the distribution of your content.

It all begins here…Personal initiative is the inner power that inspires you to slide the key into the ignition of your imagination. It’s the power that sparks the turning of that key and drives you into unstoppable action to transform your ideas from figments of fantasy to avenues of enlightenment, education, and entertainment.

In Writing Warrior You’ll Discover:

1. 1 trait that any battle requires

2. how to make room for what you desire

3. how to consistently accomplish your most urgent tasks

4. how eliminating this 1 negative characteristic will increase your momentum

5. why congratulating yourself will encourage your continued success

6. the 1 attribute that will empower you to always get back up and keep going

Are you ready to launch into the creative journey of your dreams and become a productive, prolific, and profitable artist?
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Product Details

  • BN ID: 2940016060668
  • Publisher: The Queens Empire
  • Publication date: 1/3/2013
  • Sold by: Barnes & Noble
  • Format: eBook
  • File size: 157 KB

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