Our Terms of Use and Privacy Policy have changed. We think you'll like them better this way.

Become An Author Podcast with sho host Jessie Bowen and Natalie McQueen

  • Broadcast in Business
AMAA Martial Arts Masters

AMAA Martial Arts Masters


Follow This Show

If you liked this show, you should follow AMAA Martial Arts Masters.

Become An Author Podcast with sho host Jessie Bowen and Natalie McQueen

Show Topic: Setting Your Author Goals

Step 1: Determine Your Specific Project-Based Goals

If you are (or are aspiring to be) a professional writer, you'll have to wear a lot of hats over the course of your career. From writing to marketing to managing your finances, there's no shortage of factors to consider. But we want to get you to finish your manuscript.

Even under the heading of “writing goals,” there are several things to consider. In order for this big goal to be of any use, you'll want to do two things: get specific and break it down.

Get Specific: Finishing the book is an essential goal, but without specifics, it won't be of any use. So it's imperative to figure out when you want to be finished with the book. In this instance, “finished” should mean completely written, edited, proofed, and ready for public consumption.

Break it Down: Once you have a big goal set, you can reverse engineer it to determine how much you'll need to write on a monthly, weekly, and daily basis.

So now that we know what to do, let's talk about how to do it.


Contact Elite Publication https://www.elitepublications.org/contact-10



Facebook comments

Available when logged-in to Facebook and if Targeting Cookies are enabled