Learn how to finish your book on time using mind mapping programs like Mindjet’s MindManager to schedule and track your progress.
As I describe in a guest post on the BookBuzzr blog, it takes just a few seconds to add specificity to the tasks associated with writing and marketing your book.
You can use these time management tools to indicate the priority, status, and resources associated with each of the writing and marketing tasks associated with finishing your book. You can also add start dates and due dates for each task.
Most important, you can filter–or update–your map to display just the information you need to keep your book on schedule.
Too many authors “fly blind,” focusing on the creative and writing aspects of their books, not paying enough attention to the time and project management tasks needed to finish their book on time.
Let me know if you’d like to know more mind mapping tips about finishing your book on time as comments below, or on the BookBuzzr blog! What’s your favorite productivity or time management technique for finishing your book on time?