Maximizing Writing Productivity: Balancing Danielle Steel’s Writing Techniques with Personal Well-Being

Introduction Explore the extraordinary writing career of Danielle Steel and discover how balancing intense productivity with personal well-being is essential for aspiring writers. Dive into how peer-reviewed research aligns with Steel’s unique methods in creative writing. “Inspiration exists, but it has to find you working.” Pablo Picasso Danielle Steel’s Writing Philosophy Danielle Steel’s writing regime …

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From One to Many: Unlocking the Potential of Your One-Person Newsletter Business

From One to Many: Unlocking the Potential of Your One-Person Newsletter Business In the past month, I have seen a number of newsletter-type businesses that are raking in the money. This business model is ideal for persons who love to write, research and teach. Newsletter businesses allow a single individual to captivate and connect with …

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Transforming Beliefs to Conquer Audacious Goals: 11 Steps to Success

We all have big audacious goals that we desire because we know they will transform our lives. Pursuing an audacious goal changes how we show up in our lives. Audacious goals require we stretch beyond our comfort zones. Stepping outside your comfort zone requires you to acquire new knowledge, skills, and experiences. Also, when we …

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Creating Momentum: Why You Need to Start Now

We’ve all been there: that moment when we’re seated, pondering our dreams, goals, and aspirations, feeling the weight of inertia keeping us stuck in place. The thrill of a new idea, the allure of a new project, or the promise of a brighter future is often followed by a daunting question, “Where do I begin?” …

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Unlocking Your Potential: Why You Need to Follow Your Mentor’s Advice

We all strive for personal growth and success, and one of the most effective ways to achieve it is through mentorship. Mentors, with their wealth of experience and wisdom, offer invaluable guidance that can pave the way to reaching our goals quickly. However, there’s a common pitfall that many individuals fall into: not fully embracing …

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Become both a describer and a doer to achieve your goals

Most people find themselves categorized into describers and doers. Describers are skilled in articulating ideas and strategies, while doers excel in translating those ideas into tangible actions. But, to achieve your goals, you need to adopt both roles. Describers and doers have contrasting traits so adopting both roles really means you will oscillate between them. …

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Create a self-care practice to reset yourself for the new year

The end of the year is one of the most stressful times. Between work, Christmas plans, and increased social events, many people enter the new year exhausted. And because a new year represents a fresh start, they create a bunch of new year’s resolutions and goals. However, I believe the new year is the time …

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How to overcome fatigue and get back on track with your goals

Have you falling off track with your goals because you’re tired? And you’re weary with all the things life has thrown at you. You’re so worn out that thinking about your goals hurts. You are just not motivated to work on your goals, although you know they will move you forward with what you want. …

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How to transform your life in just 5 seconds every day

We all want to transform something about ourselves at some point in time. We want to lose weight, earn more money, build a business, have great relationships with loved ones, expand our horizons, have adventures and help others. We know what we want to do and we know how to do it. It might be …

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You don’t need to have a calling to make a contribution

In 1922, Agnes Gonxha Bojaxhiu, received a higher call to spread the word of Christ. In nine years, she took vows to become a nun. Little did she or her superiors know that her unselfish years of service in the slums of Kolkatta, India, would lead to worldwide renown and her being coined Mother Teresa. …

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Use a writing process to stop overworking an article for your job

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Most professional women who work in a knowledge economy are creators. Their companies often require a wide range of articles, from technical pieces to opinions to promotional offers. But unlike physical goods that have a well-defined nature, the definition of a well-written article is subjective. A colleague may find an article terrible and lacking in …

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3 ways to reduce task build up and reduce your anxiety

You’re feeling the anxiety build, slowly at first. It’s building because you know you have a ton of things to do but you can barely keep track of everything. Work is becoming unbearable with all the things you have to do. Every day you find more tasks are added to your already full plate. You …

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How to be unapologetic: 5 lessons from Danielle Steele’s life

Do you feel you have to apologize for just being yourself even though you are ‘nice’, kind, respectful, soft-spoken? Do you find yourself saying, ‘I’m sorry’ for doing something good for yourself to not offend another person, maybe a colleague or a family member? Being unapologetic is not always easy, but can be learnt. Ask …

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7 Behaviours that make Nora Roberts a prolific writer (which you can adapt too)

In the summer before my sixteenth birthday, I stumbled on Nora Roberts’ Irish Thoroughbred in the Olde Book Shop along my route to Spanish lessons. The Olde Book Shop had an entire shelf dedicated to Nora’s romance novels and I spent the summer making my way through the second-hand books. Twenty-five years later, I’m an …

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Dear Overwhelmed Writer, Develop Your Writing Process

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Dear Overwhelmed Writer, You have a lot on your plate and got handed a writing project. It’s another article you got to write for your job. You know you should get started but every time you think of the writing project you imagine it just disappearing. Poof! It’s gone. Fantasy fades, reality sets in and …

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The real reason why you have been struggling to put your happiness first

Photo by Gianluca Carenza on Unsplash   Of late, you are tired and on the verge of being burnt out. You start your days caring for your loved ones, then for your colleagues at work, and finally back to your loved ones at the end of the day. You barely have time for yourself, much …

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4 things you need to stop doing to simplify your life

Photo by Stephanie Harvey on Unsplash   Do you find yourself missing out on life events because you are buried under physical and mental clutter? Do you wish your space is light and airy and brings you great joy, peace and calm? Have you tried simplifying your life only to find that you are more …

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8 Dalai Lama Quotes to Help You Become More Resilient

Photo by Gijs Coolen on Unsplash  Life can throw challenges at you hard and fast. The loss of a loved one or a job, illness, having a number of impending deadlines and unexpected financial expenses can induce unbearable stress. How you respond to that stress could either make you weaker or make you stronger. Stress could overwhelm …

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11 Oprah Winfrey Quotes to Help You Choose Yourself and the Life You Desire

Photo by Thought Catalog on Unsplash You have everything you need…at least so you thought. But lately, you find your job, your home and even your precious little ones draining. Instead, you dread the day before you every morning. You go through the motions of the day from home to work and back home. Your …

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Embracing Failure: Why Making Mistakes Can Help You Bounce Back Stronger

We usually associate failure with something negative…disappointment, regret, and defeat. However, embracing failure can help you bounce back stronger. Making mistakes can be a valuable learning experience to help you grow, develop resilience, and achieve your goals. This post will explore the benefits of embracing failure and why it’s essential for building resilience. Firstly, failure …

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