2 000 Writers Reveal NaNoWriMo Strategies That Work For Them

Attempting to write 1667 words a day for 30 days during the month of November – also known as NaNoWriMo – is the perfect way to add a dose of discipline to your writing schedule.

Many writing experts and published writers agree that successful writing is 10% inspiration and 90% perspiration. NaNoWriMo, if nothing else, adds a healthy splash of sweat to your writing schedule.

However, anyone who has attempted NaNoWriMo will have faced a number of obstacles on their journey to the end of the month. Fortunately, Stop Procrastinating, the productivity website, has surveyed 2 000 NaNoWriMo writers ahead of this year’s November writing challenge to find out what kept them going until the very end.

The findings are powerful and actionable. From undertaking a little planning to learning how to write just about anywhere, the strategies are sure to help many undertaking the challenge this year.

Stop Procrastinating has pulled all the results together in the infographic below.

by Stephen Bennett from Stop Procrastinating

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Posted on: 30th October 2015