Are you a frustrated, supposed-to-be fiction writer?
"How to Break Your Horrible Procrastination Habit and Finally Start Writing Daily (Without Forcing Yourself to the Keyboard) Even If You've Never Succeeded Before"
If you've ever decided to write daily and managed to keep it up for a day or two before it fizzled out, it's probably not your fault, because you've just done what most writing guides tell you to do:
Sit down and write.
Some authors seem to do this with ease and as if it's something natural, like Stephen King, who writes 2,000 words daily. Or a writer friend to one of my friends, who easily produces 20,000 words daily.
You've Probably Followed All the Advice
Hi, Britt Malka here, and I feel your pain.
I've been there and done that myself.
So many times did I follow advice to build a strong writing habit, but I failed every single time. And I blamed myself for doing it.
The Truth Is:
Those Things Don't Work Until You've Established a Real Habit
I know, because I've forced myself to try them out several times myself. And I've heard from so many others who did the same.
The first day, everything is fine. You set a goal, and perhaps you reach it. Perhaps you almost reach it.
The second day, ouch, you're still tired from yesterday. Today, you write a little less, but there's always tomorrow to make up for it.
Only, tomorrow, the third day, you're really not in the mood for writing. And besides, there's this huge pile of laundry that needs to be taken care of.
Thank G-d for Laundry
excuse reason for procrastinating.
So you take care of the duties, the life that intervenes, and meanwhile you don't write.
You Feel Guilty
You've once again broken a vow to yourself, and you start to feel...
That's negative self-talk, and it comes naturally to most of us.
There's a reason for that.
Because part of it is true, right?
We did fail to keep the vow to ourselves, right?
We did decide to write daily but didn't stick to it.
The Good News Is...
That you failed. That means that you failed and NOT that you're a failure.
There's a subtle but important difference.
Because if you're a failure, then there's not much to do about it, is there?
But you're not.
You just failed, because you didn't have the right means to get you into the good habit of writing daily.
A habit so strong that you can't even think about brushing your teeth and go to bed if you haven't written that day.
Do you want to know how to build that habit?
All You Need to Do Is to Make a Few Small, but Significant Changes
Yes, you must still sit down to write, but wait... Not yet.
First, you have preparations to do.
Next, it matters HOW you sit down. Your attitude as well as the purpose of doing it.
The solution to breaking your bad habit of procrastinating is to build a good habit - the right way.
You Will Never Again Have to Force Yourself to Write
Can you imagine that?
No more struggle.
No more "I HAVE to do this" - sigh!
No more hating every minute of your typing, dragging words out of you like [painful thing].
In fact, you won't ever again have to think, "I must sit down and write 1,000 words right now, or stay in my chair until I have."
And What Exactly Should You Expect from That eBook?
Well, one of the first things we look at is your motivation. We're going to analyze whether or not you're really motivated to write daily, and then we're going to see how you can get motivated and even increase your motivation.
Then we're going to prepare you for daily writing. Yes, it's not just "sit down and write". You've tried that and how far did that get you? With "1K Words a Day" we're going another route. A route that uses psychology to catapult you from failure to success.
We're going to make writing a part of you, just like breathing. You'll get your weekly day off, but otherwise writing will become such an ingrained part of you that you won't be able to imagine going to bed without having reached your daily word count.
Inside "1K Words a Day" I share my secret method with you. There's never a day for me without writing. And most of the time, it's several thousand words more than my goal.
You can obtain the same results when you follow the system I've set up for you.
Inside "1K Words a Day" you'll discover...
What Exactly Do You Get
You get this no-fluff 36-page PDF eBook that shares a proven method to overcome procrastination and build a healthy daily writing habit you wouldn't dream of breaking.
It's such an annoying word. Especially for a writer.
If, like me, you've had too many days pass you by without getting any work done on your writing you must be looking for something that can help.
It seems simple. I know. I've tried every advice and every training on the market.
Sometimes they help for a while. But it's difficult to find something that lasts.
Then I went through Britt's 1K a Day training. It dawned on me why I hadn't seen lasting change. Because I don't like change.
At least not when it's something as big as going from 0 to 1,000 words a day. Every day.
1K a Day is the best solution I've seen on how to make that lasting change.
You Can Get Started Today
All you need is to click the button below which will take you to a sign-out page, where you can enter your card details or use your PayPal account for complete safety.
As soon as your purchase has gone through (which shouldn't take more than 30 seconds), you're taken to a download page, where you'll find the eBook.
That means that you can start forming your new habit TODAY.
Here's the button you need...
$24.97 Today $19.97
PS If you have any questions, don't hesitate to ask me. You can either send me an email or use my support desk. It is me you will get, I don't have a customer support team.
PPS What would it mean to you if you could finally build a habit of writing 1,000 or more words daily? How many books would you finish? How many would you be able to publish yearly? Monthly? Weekly? The small investment you make today could easily change your future for the better.
Because of the nature of this product, all sales are final
Questions? Problems? Contact me here: http://MalkaSupport.com