S.M.A.R.T, in this blog, means Specific, Measurable, Achievable, Realistic and Timely. Writers are not left out in using the principle of “smartness” to develop their writing careers. In one of my blogs, I wrote about how to write a 20,000-word book in 7 days, which can be viewed here. In that blog, I mentioned how developing a strategic calendar would be instrumental in sticking to timelines for writing such a lengthy book under such a short time constraint. How can you be a SMART writer who is able to mint out good quality books while being disciplined with your time?
You know that it is time. It is time to reconsider your livelihood options. You no longer want to simply make money. You want to make money – But also, enjoy what you are doing to earn those bucks! Or perhaps, it is not about enjoyment of your work that is driving you to consider this thought – It is simply because you need to get out of your current line of business, and do something new and different. Whatever the reason may be, you are not alone. Many individuals have been plagued with the question – What do I