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Personalize The Action Map to Free Your Writing


In our previous post, we illustrated how to use an Action Map to break big writing projects into small steps you can work on in a 15 minute Product Time session. You don’t need your Action Map to be perfect, but the more details you capture on Post-It Notes™, the more effective you can be […]

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Action Map Your Way Out of Writer’s Resistance Part 2


In our previous post, we explored how Action Maps break through writer’s resistance by breaking big writing projects into manageable steps. To help you identify the multitude of small steps your Action Map might include, I provided a list of possible tasks. The relevance of the tasks listed will depend on the type of writing […]

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Action Map Your Way Out of Writer’s Resistance


The bigger a writing project is, the more likely it is to create anxiety. The more anxiety you feel, the more likely you are to employ your favorite form of resistance. You might decide to wait until you have more time or know more about how to get started (procrastinate). Or you might find something […]

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Personalize the Action Map to Free Your Writing


In our previous post, we illustrated how to use an Action Map to break big writing projects into small steps you can work on in a 15 minute Product Time session. You don’t need your Action Map to be perfect, but the more details you capture on Post-It Notes™, the more effective you can be […]

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