Wednesday, April 1, 2009


Writing a book for professional or casual, five ingredients to success are dependent on a form of concentration.

First, put your ideas together in a quiet room, by eliminating visual distractions and other noises. Two, the place where writing is performed should be properly lighted, heated, and ventilated, so a glaring reflection doesn't interrupt your concentration. Three, place your chair to avoid eye strain or fatigue. Four, stay in good physical condition; by balancing work and play with a wide range of physical activities to make your mind, flexible.

Finally, adequate sleep gives your brain time to refresh itself, since your brain is a muscle and needs time to rest itself, before heavy mind stress.

In sum, concentration is best by developing a genuine interest and passion in writing and penmanship; details.


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Len Wilson

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