Time Management for Authors and Writers
A brief explanation of how our brains work, and how the information can be used to improve both the creativity and productivity of those involved in writing.
As famous basketball coach John Wooden claimed, “It's what you know after you know it all that counts.” Time management expert Harold Taylor takes you beyond the usual time management strategies. Using writing as an example, he explains how the Zeigarnik effect, attention residue, ultradian rhythms, chronotypes, and other brain related phenomena can improve both the quality and quantity of your output. A time management book for everyone – but especially those whose focus is on writing.