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You Can Sit There and Do Nothing…or You Could Do the Work

In a recent interview, Neil Gaiman (#1 New York Times best-selling author) explained that when it comes to his writing, he only gives himself 2 options:

You can sit here and write, or you can sit here and do nothing. But you can’t sit here and do anything else.

Gaiman said he’s “easily distractible” — aren’t we all. But while most people…

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