Meditation may seem daunting at first, but even just five minutes a day can clear your head and allow you to tackle your writing in a more focused and efficient way.
- [Instructor] When people ask me … what is my number one productivity tool … when it comes to writing, … I tell them meditation and it's absolutely true. … If you've taken my Productivity Hacks for Writers course, … you know I'm a huge fan of meditation. … As a modern technology obsessed society, … meditation and mindfulness has never been more important … for our productivity, our focus, … our output quality and our sanity. … I started meditating every morning … before writing back in 2015 … and since then, not only has my productivity skyrocketed, … I find myself writing some of my best work yet … and I find myself dealing with writer's doubt … far less often. … Why? … Because I'm spending just a few minutes a day … centering my brain, calming my thoughts … and focusing my mind so that it can do what I need it to do … which is write. … If you're finding your mind to be cluttered, … scattered, unfocused and hard to still … long enough to write anything … then I highly recommend you try this effective …
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