The 15-Minute Writer: The Secret to My Productivity

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At last! I’ve finally created a course that shows how I manage to be so productive. And it’s NOT about time management. The 15-Minute Writer was created to show you how you can be a prolific writer, even if you only have 15 minutes at a time to work on your book, blog post, or any other writing-related task.

The course launched at $49 but this code will enable you to enroll for only $10. The course only takes a little more than 60 minutes to watch (it’s video) and at the end of that hour you should have a stockpile of ideas to use during tiny bits of free time.

Here’s the code:

Let me know how you like the course – please leave a review if it works for you. And definitely tell me how you decided to use your tiny bits of free time!

My Newest Class – Evernote Quick and Easy – Now on Udemy

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I’m thrilled to announce the launch of my new video course on Evernote – Quick & Easy was designed for everyone who feels that *should* use Evernote but haven’t because it looks too clunky or not intuitive enough. My lessons focus on learning the most valuable Evernote features in a way that you’ll be up and running within 2 hours of taking the course.

The course is currently priced at $49 and will be increased in April. However, readers of my blog and newsletter can get the course for $10 by using the coupon code: nhw.  Follow this link and the discount code will be automatically applied

If you’ve read my Kindle book on Evernote, you’ll know that I use it extensively for researching and planning my books. I think Evernote is a must-use for writers.

See you in class!

Brainstorming Revisited

If you read my earlier post on brainstorming an article by using pen and paper or mind-mappingstrategic-consulting-hendrickson software, you’ll know what a fan I am of doing a brain-dump just to get ideas out of my head and onto paper in a (somewhat) organized fashion. I prefer the pen and paper method but I also have the Simple Mind app on my phone, which I tend to use while waiting for an appointment or when I walk to my local coffeehouse for a morning brew and think. Continue reading