What is the number one key to becoming a full time author?
No, it’s not quality of writing (if you’re considering full time, you obviously have that in the bag). It’s not good editing either or great covers. Its OUTPUT.
And what is the biggest blocker to output? HABITS, both good and bad.
Are you sick of trying to achieve writing targets and failing? Then you need to introduce or reinforce good habits and eliminate the bad from your daily routine.
This customizable, beautifully presented habit tracker for authors is a guided day by day journal for tracking your habits, good and bad in order to help you reach your goals and be the most productive writer you can be.
The daily Habit Tracker for authors is easy to use and very effective. Try it and see how your writing focus improves.
- Easily track your habits on a daily basis
- An effective visual representation of your day to day routine
- See clearly when things go wrong
- Be inspired when you’ve begun to make progress
At 6 x 9 inches it’s the perfect size – big enough to track anything you need and small enough to carry it around with you.
Why track your habits?
Changing your habits and routines can be challenging, especially when you are trying to maintain them over the long term. This is where the daily Habit Tracker will be invaluable and help provide you:
- Consistency and accountability – by checking in on your habits on a daily basis you will have an accountability system in place to warn you when you miss a day.
- A sense of fulfillment every day
- Eliminating bad habit triggers
- Enjoying the process – if you look at your habits with the mindset of being consistent rather than being perfect, you will be able to fully enjoy your progress.
You can track any habits you can think of that impact your writing day, e.g. word goals, browsing, social media, other distractions, health breaks, research, reading – the list is literally endless. Join the most highly effective people in the world and change your daily habits to increase your writing productivity, happiness and home life. What have you got to lose?