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5 Steps to Turbo-Charge Content Production and Crush Procrastination (Real Fast Results, #6)

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Welcome to our next installment of Real Fast Results. I am so pleased that you are with us, and boy, do we have a great episode f... Weiterlesen
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Welcome to our next installment of Real Fast Results. I am so pleased that you are with us, and boy, do we have a great episode for you today. I have another one of my good friends, Rita Emmett, in the house. We're going to be chatting about something that I know will be beneficial to most, if not all of you.

What we're going to cover today is going to be very helpful to you. Today we are discussing how to go about turbo charging your content production efforts. In other words, if you are writing, writing books, creating videos, creating podcasts-whatever it is that you're doing to create content, we're going to show you some ways to actually speed that process along and get more done in less time.

You're going to do this by essentially crushing the tendencies that we all have, myself included, to procrastinate. Putting off those things that we need to really do and focus on, but for one reason or another, we don't. Rita is an absolute master at crushing these sorts of tendencies, especially from the writer's standpoint.

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Titel: 5 Steps to Turbo-Charge Content Production and Crush Procrastination (Real Fast Results, #6)
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EAN: 9781536550191
Digitaler Kopierschutz: Adobe-DRM
Format: E-Book (epub)
Hersteller: Daniel Hall
Genre: Sprach- und Literaturwissenschaft
Veröffentlichung: 05.09.2016
Dateigrösse: 0.3 MB