Weekend Edition – Accomplishing Your Writing Goals with the Eisenhower Decision Matrix

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How’re you doing with those writing goals?

It’s almost the end of January. Can you believe it? The first thirty days of 2016 are behind us – whoosh! – just like that. Only 335 days left until we’re perched on the edge of yet another New Year. I’d hate for you to be standing there on December 31st – with your party hat and your champagne – lamenting all the writing you didn’t do.  (I’ve been there and done that more times than I care to admit. Makes for a less-than-sparkly New Year’s Eve.)

Regrets are not fun. Regrets are vicious little demons that gnaw on your heart late at night when you’re all alone with your thoughts. They delight in the excruciating replay of all the moments when you coulda-shoulda-woulda, but didn’t. A poignant video produced by Strayer University brings this point home with an interactive art piece that  invited…

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