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Are you tired of trying to squeeze in writing time between everything else you have to do? In this FREE webinar, Rochelle Melander, author of Write-A-Thon, shows you why finding time to write within your daily life is important. You’ll learn several invaluable tools – proven lessons from positive psychology – that will help you reorient your life with writing in the center.

Her free advice on writing includes:

• Create a Life Vision – an image of who you want to be as a writer – and achieve it
• Set appropriate writing goals and ensure that you have the energy and drive to make it happen
• Schedule writing time, even when it seems like there’s not time to rest, much less write
• How to have positive energy rituals to give yourself a boost and write when you want to – not when you feel like it
• Give yourself rewards for the work you put in – don’t wait for publication to pat yourself on the back!

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About the Author 
Rochelle Melander is an author and writing coach who has helped thousands of people create rich lives, meaningful work, and great books. She brings to her work an extensive education in coaching, therapy, and writing. Her most recent work is Write-a-thon, from Writer’s Digest Books. You can visit Rochelle at her popular website www.writenowcoach.com.

Rochelle Melander | Author of Write-A-Thon
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