If you have always been drawn to word, have vivid imagination, and possess knack for putting your mental pictures into words, you have probably been drawn to, or tried your hand at writing, one or more times in your life. Every day we see the newly released books hitting the shelves or e-books becoming available online, and we are compelled to consider what it takes to turn our way with words into a vessel which is able to transport us to greatness as authors. Effective writers, both past and current, whom have left a literary mark of depth and inspiration upon the world, have a way of thinking which differs from others around them. Like anyone who is filled with creative drive, their thought processes may seem a little off, but it is their acceptance of this fact and their willingness to publicly embrace their own psychology that has taken them where they are today.
So, do you think like an individual who has the potential to be a writer of renown, one who will leave a permanent mark on the hearts and minds of those who enter your written world? Here we will review the way great writers think and the way they process and respond to their own thoughts, and we will show the parallels between these characteristics and the brilliant works they produce. Listen to find out where you stand psychologically and how your psychological make-up stacks up to that of a consistently successful and sought after writer.
This book had a lot of useful ideas
It made for easy listening and the Tips provided were very useful.
What would have made Habit Stacking better?
Good recommendations for habits
Would you ever listen to anything by The Blokehead again?
Which scene was your favorite?
If you could play editor, what scene or scenes would you have cut from Habit Stacking?
All of it.
Any additional comments?
If you are a beginner writer, do not follow habits blindly. Find your own method--it's harder, but better for you