We all know that one of the best ways to get through a big or complex task is to break it into bits, but sometimes that can leave us – well, me at least – feeling like we’re not really getting anywhere. After all, how much can you accomplish in five or ten minutes of working on a project?
Susan Meier can tell you the answer: a LOT. She’s an award-winning author, an amazing teacher, and one of the wisest folks I’ve had the pleasure to meet. Her weekly blog posts for writers are on my must-read list. Now she’s posted a workshop that can benefit all of us. The Ten-Minute Solution guides you through the reasoning behind her solution, how to prepare for maximum effectiveness, how to find those ten-minute chunks, and much much more.
Go. Read it. It’s one of the best things you can do for yourself.
(And BTW? This blog post was written in less than ten minutes. See? She’s RIGHT!)