We often think of time management as something executives need. However, writers can benefit as well. I've taught writing for 30 years. I can't count the number of times a student complained that they would write more, but they can't "find the time to write." While there is no magic formula for adding extra hours to the day, most of us can make more efficient use of the time we have. Check out Time Management for Writers
By borrowing the principles of time management used by many business executives, writers can "find the time to write." This course shows you how to analyze the use of your time, set priorities, make appropriate trade offs, use short periods of time for writing, organize your workspace, and play to your strengths to improve your time management skills and get more writing done in the time you have available.
Terri Main has written and published most types of literature including novels, poetry, short stories, nonfiction books, magazine articles, stage plays, video scripts, and radio drama. She has published more than 60 books. She has also taught writing and communication studies for more than 30 years. She can do, but she also can teach.