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Friday, August 26, 2005

Effort as a scarce variable

Tyler Cowen of Marginal Revolution has a piece of advice for writers:
Every day, stop writing just a short while before you really want to quit. The next day you will be very keen to get going again. For most mortals, your real enemy is the number of days when you get nothing written. Getting "not enough" done each day is a lesser problem.
And here are some more writing tips from him.
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