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Beware of productivity pitfalls

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Gazing out the window much? Letting yourself get lost in back episodes of “The Walking Dead”? Or maybe you’re feeling a little down about your latest creation? images

Check the “Top 10 Productivity Pitfalls for Writers to Avoid,” courtesy of Sage Cohen at Writer’s Digest.com:

1. Unclear big-picture vision. Without an idea of where you’re headed, it will be impossible to set realistic goals and measure your progress along the way.

2. Lack of short-term goals. You can’t hit a target you can’t see. Knowing your daily, weekly, monthly and annual goals (both practical and aspirational) can help you keep moving in the right direction.

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