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  1. Des
    January 4, 2012

    Great post Sylviane. I admit, I don’t take enough time out in the day and I know you should. When I do, however, I always seem to get a lot more work done.

    I think the time of day you choose to relax makes a big difference. For some reason, I always write better in the morning. I find my mind has been doing over time with lots of different ideas and I just need to get them down on paper/screen.

    After a long day’s work I find it hard to get any solid work done. I’ll have to try meditating in the evening and see if that works.

    • Sylviane Nuccio
      January 4, 2012

      Hi Des, nice to see you here again :) I am like you, mornings my mind works much better. In the evening I am not very productive either. If you can get in a routine of meditation that really helps with focus, ideas and inspiration… all that good stuff.

  2. Adrienne
    January 5, 2012

    Excellent tips Sylviane!

    How can people share with others about their niche if they haven’t learned about it? I’ve always found that rather surprising myself.

    I walk for 30 minutes everyday so that’s my alone time. Well, I do take my dog Kayla with me so I’m not always alone. But I have things pouring at me for ideas for blog posts during that time so I take my iPod Touch with me and I installed an app that will let me dictate my ideas so they aren’t lost. Pretty neat huh?

    I also work in increments of 50 minutes. I focus on just one project during that time and don’t go back and forth checking emails, chatting on social media sites, nothing. After that 50 minutes is up I take a 10 minute break and get away from my computer. I usually get more water, step outside and get some fresh air or take that much needed restroom break. You’ll find that you can get a lot more accomplished when you are focused on just one project at a time.

    I also begin each day mediating and thanking God for everything he has blessed me with. I will continue to remain focused as this year continues to creep by and I know your tips will really be very beneficial for others.

    Thanks Sylviane…

    P.S. FYI – I’ve been meaning to tell you that you don’t have your Twitter ID set up on your Twitter icon so you might want to do that so you’ll be notified when people share your stuff. Plus, a lot of people won’t tweet your post if that’s not already in place. Just a heads up.
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    • Sylviane Nuccio
      January 5, 2012

      Hey Adrienne.

      About Twitter, you mean on the side bar? That’s weird, I land on my twitter page when I click on it. Or am I not understanding what you mean? Grrrrrrrrrr I hate tech stuff :)

      I can see that you are doing every thing right, Adrienne. Walking is totally divine when it come to give you ideas to write about. I’ve been telling people that for years now. I do the same thing, I take long walks and tons of ideas are popping up in my head :)

      I’m glad you mentioned all that on your comment, because that is what I tell people when they ask me. I tell them anyone who has to write a lot has got to do something, no one can write doing nothing and expecting things to happen. You are a proof of that, Adrienne. Thanks again for your support.

  3. Dan Sumner
    January 11, 2012

    Hey Sylviane, I have recently turned into a reading nut! It’s 05:23 now and I have been reading since 23:50. I just started and couldn’t really stop. I have read 15 blog posts and also Danny Iny’s Engagement From Scratch eBook. Also found some amazing sources of info and some top people there too. Made a few blog comments as well. My Evernote blog ideas page has been exhausted!

    I’m a little different to Adrienne when I work, it all or nothing. When I write I don’t stop if I’m in the zone, I even forget to eat. Last week my wife came home and found me working in the dark with just the light of the screen and illuminated keyboard. I just get so focused sometimes.

    Great tips Sylviane thanks.

    Dan

    • Sylviane Nuccio
      January 11, 2012

      I Dan,

      Wow, you are focus, to say the least. For sure, you don’t have any problem with distraction. This is something I had to work on a lot. I’m ashamed to say that I can get distracted easily, but I for sure work on it a lot and got much better.

      There is no substitute to reading. As bloggers that’s how we learn and grow. Thanks for passing by and great success to you this year!

  4. Manish
    January 11, 2012

    Hey Sylviane once again great post. I myself sometimes feel tired and not able to write a post. But that time, I listen to music and I browse different blogs related to online marketing. By reading those blogs, I get inspired and it gives me a great idea too, how to write a content in an effective manner. So instead of wasting time on non productive things on internet it is better to devote time in learning something new related to blogging which will going to help us a lot for our online business.

    • Sylviane Nuccio
      January 12, 2012

      Hi Manish,

      Yes, reading other posts is also inspiring for writing, it happens to me all the time. I agree spending time learning stuff for our own online business is really a great thing to do.

  5. Nicholle Olores
    January 16, 2012

    Another great post Sylviane! I’m with you about giving yourself a 30 minutes per day I’ve been doing the same too this year is once in a lifetime and we must make the best of writing. :)

    • Sylviane Nuccio
      January 16, 2012

      Yes, Nicholle it’s very important, indeed! Can make a huge difference in your results.

  6. Mika Castro
    May 18, 2012

    What a helpful and good post! I wonder how writers hand it in just half an hour. I tried this but it took for 2 hours.

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