It's that time of year when thousands of writers around the world prepare to type faster than a speeding bullet, drink coffee more powerful than a locomotive, and leap tall deadlines in a single bound.The challenge, should you choose to accept it, is to create a 50,000-word story from scratch in just 30 days, from November 1–30. How's that for productivity?
Choose an appropriate goal and clearly define your objective. Take into consideration not only the importance of your goal, but also how reachable it is considering the time frame and resources you have to work with. Use a team to create your plan. This won't be appropriate in certain cases, but brainstorming with team members can help create a stronger plan of . And in the course of creating a plan, you may find that you need input from others outside the team as well. Choose steps that are concrete, measurable and attainable. These steps should be clearly defined, not vague ideas.