I have to get my ebook off the ground. I have done some great manifestation, work, now it is time to put it together.
I need a schedule. I need a launch date. I need a launch plan. I need a sales page for my website. I need the blog attached and running. And I need ads ready to go.
This is a modest list, and totally doable in the next thirty days. I will break it up into chunks:
First, I will schedule myself out. I will set deadlines and goals for various parts of this project. Yes, I have to come to believe it, a half hour in the morning is not good enough for straight composition time.
It is, actually, better for alignment time. A bit of time to think about a project in a dedicated way, identify a task list, and give myself times to complete these things. This will, I assume, take me about a half hour today.
Once a week, I will need to give the ebook a (non-edit) read. Or maybe an edit read. I;m not sure. But I need to keep in line with the project as a whole for a while. Maybe mondays for this, its got a freshness to the day.
Second, I need to keep a list of upcoming sections to write. Third, I need to dedicate writing time to banging out those sections–likely in two-hour chunks at the writers dojo. I need two of those per week.
Four hours per week is very reasonable to dedicate to writing an ebook. Lets do that.
I will continue outlining and scheduling through this month, as well as chipping away at minor tasks, so that in July, I can move forward fast.
I’ve got a lot going on right now; with my day job, and this ebook, and my SM eminars, and the Why St Johns project Im selling ads for, and raising two kids and a family that needs time with me–man, I sure am glad I don’t watch TV.