Here’s a Fun Trick to Make Your Writing Time More Fulfilling (and More Productive)

As a writer who has done a fair share of gaming over the years, I can totally relate to this post! Gaming analogies aside, the points made are excellent ones, and I have successfully used them all, so even if you don’t play video games, keep reading anyway. 🙂 (Shared from Don Massenzio’s blog)

Meg Dowell Writes

What do you do to motivate yourself to write when you don’t “feel like it”?

Chances are, you found this blog not because you have an answer to this question personally, but because you’re desperate for someone else to give you one.

I never claim to have all the answers. Everyone’s writing experience is different, so any advice I give may or may not apply to everyone in the same way, or at all.

But what I can do is tell you what works for me. And that’s turning work into a game.

It’s time to level up your writing. It’s time to play a new game, and embark on the path to “winning.”

First, you have to know the endgame. Every game has an end goal, or a point in which you know you’re about to reach the finish line. What is your personal endgame? Where do you want…

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