Archives for staying focused

Reality Blog: A 6-Step Plan for Preventing Shiny Object Syndrome

By Tracy Clement Wilson | July 13, 2018

Shiny Object Syndrome pulls plenty of freelancers off course. If you’re nodding your head because that’s happened to you, don’t worry. There is a way you can prevent Shiny Object Syndrome from slowing you down.

Member Update: Unplugging

By Heather Robson | June 18, 2018

Need to recharge your creative batteries? Improve your focus? Refresh your perspective? One simple thing can deliver all this and more. Simple unplug and get outside…

Reality Blog: Know Your Why

By Tracy Clement Wilson | April 6, 2018

Are you working toward being a freelance writer because you what to write? Or is it because you want to make a six-figure income working part time? Or is it because of the freedom you have working as a writer? Know your why and you’ll have an easier time figuring out your how.

Member Update: Just Not Feelin’ It

By Heather Robson | January 29, 2018

Some days, you’re just not feelin’ it. Focus is elusive. Your writing doesn’t come easy. And you’d rather go back to bed. Here’s what to on those days.

Member Update: Energy and Focus

By Heather Robson | January 9, 2018

How well you’re able to focus can depend heavily on your energy levels. If your energy and focus begin to wane, try these five quick energy boosts to see if you can get your focus back on track.

7 Tips for Staying on Task (When You’d Rather Do Something Else)

By Christina Gillick | October 12, 2016

One secret to success is the ability to stay on task, to do the work in front of you even when you’d rather be playing. Use these 7 tips to help you focus in the face of distraction.

Member Update: Shiny Object Syndrome

By Heather Robson | March 16, 2015

Do you live with shiny object syndrome? While there may be no cure, you’ll find strategies here to help you cope. Plus fun new stuff on Wealthy Web Writer.

A Simple Solution for Really Focusing

By Christina Gillick | February 20, 2013

Really focusing can be tough to do. Distractions are everywhere, from Facebook to the pile of laundry that needs folding. Use this simple solution.