It can be difficult to find time to write.
Especially for those of us with day jobs or businesses or freelance gigs — and let’s face it, that’s most of us — it’s not easy to make progress on the writing projects we really care about.
If you can relate, have a look at this post by business coach Charlie Gilkey on the two-hour rule.
Charlie says you don’t need to dedicate an entire day or week to your creative project. Instead, set aside just two hours — and you’ll make impressive progress.
Why does the two-hour rule work? Because it’s doable; most of us can carve two hours out of our day without falling behind on other responsibilities. It also fits into the ebb and flow of our creative energy; it’s enough time to get into a groove, but it’s also a good end point, since a lot of us can’t concentrate for more than two hours anyhow.
Think this approach could work for you? Check out Charlie’s full post here.
And let us know in the comments: Does two hours sound like the perfect amount of time to create? Or are you more productive with shorter or longer chunks of time?