Five ways a Procrastinator can be a Successful Writer

Cafe Legacy

While some people want to avoid the word “procrastination” as much as they can, others seem to wear it as a badge of honor. Though, I think we can all agree on two things: it’s not good for your clients to think you procrastinate, and procrastination has likely caused the failure of more work from home writing businesses than anything. Do I have a real stat to back that up? Nope, but every writer I know who has left their work from home job has been because they procrastinate.

Whether we are busy, bored, lack motivation, or just prefer to do something instead of writing, procrastination will affect all of us at some time. I think that should be expected. But, the problem is when procrastination begins to affect our livelihood so much that you are not making an income. Keep in mind that procrastination is different than not having…

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