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 .
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 .
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?