Writers need to be able to focus on a much higher scale than other people. Given that your career (or potential career) depends on your ability to focus and concentrate for longer periods of time, experiencing issues with this can be detrimental for your success.
The daily lives of famous authors are sometimes even more interesting and unique than those worlds they build in their work.
The skill of fast typing is not just a party trick that you can use to impress your friends and colleagues, but something that will significantly improve and speed up the way you work and write.
If you’re applying for several positions at different companies, crafting a custom cover letter for each can take tons of time. That’s why we’ve prepared this step-by-step guide on how to write a cover letter in under 5 minutes.
Do we write faster and better in bed? Will Times New Roman help you be as creative as you can possibly be?
OK, I can type 60 words per minute, which is 3600 per hour. At that rate, I should be done with my book in about 25 hours… Right? Right?!
Unfortunately, typing speed is sooo ≠ writing speed, old sport.
As writers, most of us heavily rely on caffeine for inspiration, productivity and motivation. But, is it all just false beliefs perpetuated by the monster of habit?