“Procrastination.” In many circles, it’s a dirty word.

“Don’t put off until tomorrow what you can accomplish today,” it’s said.

All of us are guilty of it, though… at least a little bit, from time to time.

For many of us, one of the activities we’re most likely to procrastinate over is also one of the most important: writing.

You see, all of us can benefit from writing regularly, whether it’s for our business goals, to tell a story that needs to be told, or simply to pass on family history to the next generation.

But regardless of subject, it can be hard to get motivated and start, continue, or finish a project—particularly a lengthy one, like a full-length book.

There’s something about staring at that empty page…

Here’s a quick tip for you if you’re stuck on a book project right now and can’t seem to make any progress.

It’s an old trick I learned from my screenwriting days: start work on another project.

That’s right: starting writing a second book!

What you’ll find is that the second project gives you a much-needed break from the first.

Plus, you’ll maintain your writing momentum, which is so crucial so that you don’t lose days, weeks, or even months waiting for inspiration.

If you’re stuck on a particularly difficult project and could use some more solutions like this one, I invite you to join me for a special presentation tomorrow: “Getting It Done: How to Get Your Book Written the Right Way… Once & for All!”

We’ve already got a bunch of folks registered for it, but there are still a few spots left.

To join us live on the call, just click on this link.

Talk to you then,


Grael Norton
Wheatmark, Inc.

PS: Don’t wait; click on this link now!