At the beginning, 10 weeks seemed like a loooooong time. Just goes to show how quickly time passes. (And that realisation brings with it two messages:
- No matter how difficult a challenge seems, as long as you know the start and end dates, it will come to an end.
- If you don’t commit to finishing a task, it will never get done. In terms of writing a book, this means that you can procrastinate forever, thinking: “I’ll put aside a block of time later…” and later never comes.
As I’ve kept saying during this Challenge, it doesn’t matter if you adjust your goals.What matters is that you KEEP GOING FORWARD.
What can you achieve in the next 2 weeks?
How about setting yourself a mini challenge for the last two weeks? Think of it as a brand new challenge – but this time, it’s just 14 days. Or to be precise, until the end of June, it’s a day or two less than that (depending on whether you’re in the northern or southern hemisphere.)
In the next two weeks, I intend to:
- Upload a CreateSpace Publishing Kit for those who would like to create a physical book on Amazon’s CreateSpace to go with their Kindle e-book
- Finish and upload The Busy Writer’s One-Hour Character to Kindle
- Move house (!!!!!)
Now I’m going to go and pack a few boxes. I’m working on just a few each day.
As usual, it’s over to you… what do you plan on accomplishing by the end of next week?