9 Tips for Writing 10,000 Words a Day
So, you’ve seen the videos circulating around Authortube, and you wonder if it’s too good to be true. You want to try writing 10,000 words a day .
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I’m here to reassure you that it’s entirely possible, though I’ve never tried writing 10,000 words a day on purpose. It just sort of happens.
The first time I experienced it was in grad school. I had one semester to complete my graduate thesis project, and your girl did it. But that meant that I was writing a novel in two and a half months, and then submitting it to my committee so they could read it, and then defending it.
That was not an ideal situation, but I did it while working two jobs, and I finished on time. It’s also worth noting that I have no recollection of what’s in that novel.
The next time I did it was while I was working as a ghostwriter at a terrible publishing company. On Fridays, we had to submit the work we’d done to our boss, and it never failed that by Fridays, there had been too many meetings and phone calls during the week to actually write. So I’d show up on Friday mornings, a 20-ounce travel mug of coffee in my hand and an energy drink in my purse, and I’d try to write the required 6,000 words I needed on each of the projects I was working on at the time.
That was a really taxing time, and I definitely gained 60 pounds while working there because all I did was sit, chug caffeine, and go eat fried foods at lunch. Also, the environment was incredibly toxic, so I got really good at producing cortisol.
And more recently, I did it while staying at St. Francis of the Woods on my solo writing retreat . It was so nice to get away and just sit down and let my hands fly across the keyboard. And before I knew it, I was over 11,000 words. It was a good writing night.
So, all of this is to say that I have a few tips to help you when it comes to writing 10,000 words a day. Whether you’re backed into a corner with deadlines, or have some time to just enjoy the writing process, these 9 tips are crucial for success when it comes to writing 10,000 words a day.
Writing 10,000 Words a Day
001: make an outline..
I’m sorry, pantsers. This one might sting a little.
The thing about writing a significant amount in a day is that you have to know where your story is going. You don’t have to know every last detail or bit of dialog, but generally, you have to know all the major plot points that get you to the end.
The reason you need to know this is so you don’t waste time trying to figure out what to write next.
Most of these tips are ways to help you keep your brain focused and your hands flying across your keyboard. If you don’t have an outline, you really can’t do either of those things.
I’m not saying that you have to give up the joy of writing and surprising yourself with the story that emerges. I am saying that you have to know the general direction of the story, and let it flow.
My outlines aren’t very detailed. It’s usually a set of bullet points that are maybe one or two sentences. But this is enough to keep me going to the next point.
And before you ask, yes. You can be more detailed if you want. That will actually make it easier.
The key here is to have the outline available, and to read it before you start each writing sprint so you know what you need to do as you go.
002: You have to like what you’re writing.
This is something I try to explain to my students every single, stinking semester. If you hate the topic you’ve chosen, it’s like gargling broken glass to write about it.
So if you find that you’re stuck just because you hate the thing you’re writing and you’ve always hated it, it’s time to change. Notice I said “always hated it.” There are times in the writing process where you will hate story ideas you once loved. That’s because writing a novel is like shooting your body out into space and no one can save you. Naturally, there are parts of that you wouldn’t enjoy.
But as long as you remember that initial love and excitement, it’s enough to keep you going.
(This isn’t anything like shooting your body out into space. I think I just imagined someone shooting themselves out of a cannon past Pluto, and somehow their dedication to the mission sustained them and they didn’t burn out from the force of being shot out of the atmosphere. If it works like that, then yeah. This metaphor works.)
So if you’re finding that writing 1,000 words seems impossible, and the idea of writing 10,000 words is just outright insane, it could be that you don’t feel that connection to your story. And that’s okay. Because now, you get to start over with something you do like.
As an instructor, one thing I see again and again is students assuming they can sit down and write a whole paper in a night. Some of them can, and some of them can’t.
The ones who can are the ones who have built up their writing muscles. No, not actual muscles. In fact, I would argue there are a lot of us writers out there who are really soft and supple in places where you’d expect a muscle to be. No, we’re not weak. We’re just really good at sitting at a desk, which is something more active and strong folks can’t do. SO THERE. WE’VE BEAT YOU AT SOMETHING.
The writing muscle is actually just the ability to sit down with your butt in the chair and your hands on the keyboard. It’s what keeps your head in the game and enables you to keep cranking out words.
If you haven’t practiced sitting down and writing for long stretches of time, writing 10,000 words out of the blue isn’t going to happen.
Think of it like this. You wouldn’t run a marathon without training, would you? Then why would you do a writing marathon without training?
Luckily for you, writing marathon training has way less running than marathon training. And all you have to do is carve some time out to write as often as possible, and then you’ll be able to pull a 10,000 word writing marathon.
Don’t forget to check out my posts on building a writing habit , or good writing routines . These will definitely help you build up those writing muscles.
004: Write, don’t edit.
I cannot emphasize this enough, and I feel like a broken record.
When you’re writing, you’re writing. When you edit, you edit. You can’t do both at the same time.
I talked about this in my post about how to write fast , but it should be repeated until everyone chants it like those damn sheep in Animal Farm with their “four legs good, two legs bad.”
The part of your brain that generates ideas and lets them flow is different than the part of your brain that’s critical and knows how to change stuff. I think. I don’t know. I’m not a neuroscientist. What I do know is that if you keep going back over what you’ve written, you’re not allowing yourself to get in that creative state of flow. And you’re not making any progress because you don’t have the necessary perspective.
You can edit sentence by sentence until you’re blue in the face. But one sentence is a drop in your novel bucket. And honestly, one sentence is fairly meaningless unless you look at it in the context of other sentences that surround it. And I would argue you should edit with that context in mind. So if one sentence is bad, it doesn’t necessarily become great when you read the next sentence. But it does have more meaning, and could potentially change the way you edit that bad sentence.
Maybe this is all true, or maybe I’m full of shit. Either way, let your writing brain write and your editing brain edit, and don’t let the two of them know that they’re sharing an apartment inside your skull like the Odd Couple.
005: Set a timer and sprint!
I love writing sprints. Everyone should do them.
A writing sprint is simply where you set a timer for any amount of time (I recommend 15 or 20 minutes) and write that whole time. You’re also pushing yourself to write a little faster.
I started experimenting with these in grad school when my friend, Sarah, and I met up in the grad lap to work on our projects. She was insane and doing a dual masters, and as I mentioned, I was an idiot who was trying to write a novel in a semester.
Sarah brought coffee and snacks, and we did a fuck-ton of word sprints. Without that, I wouldn’t have finished, so I owe Sarah a debt of gratitude.
Now, I swear by sprinting. Not necessarily for all writing. (I never do for blogs, just because it’s so easy to breeze through. They’re so short in comparison.) But when it comes to fiction writing, or any long project where I want to make incremental progress, sprinting is key.
And my favorite thing about sprinting is that it makes you get faster. If you haven’t read 2k to 10K by Rachel Aaron or 5,000 Words a day by Chris Fox , you need to. Both are super short and easy to read. And the best part? They give you a guide on how you can improve your writing speed with sprints.
So if you’re angling for writing 10,000 words a day on the reg, start sprinting. You don’t always have to, but it’s a great way to improve your writing speed, and it makes hitting 10,000 words a lot easier.
It’s also really cool to see how the number of sprints to get to 10,000 words decreases over time as you get faster.
006: You have to take breaks.
No one just sits down and writes 10,000 words in one sitting. You have to take breaks to go to the bathroom, to stretch, or to get your seventh cup of coffee.
(Just kidding. I stop after the fifth cup.)
This is the beauty of the sprint system. You sprint for a bit, and then you get a break. And when I say break, I mean a real break.
I think the key to keeping up the writing productivity is that you give yourself time away from the screen. If you’re furiously sprinting away, and then for your break you pull up Twitter, well. That’s not really a break, is it?
I recommend taking a step away from your computer. Maybe set a timer and go outside for 20 minutes. Or you can go make a snack. Or clean the kitchen. Or do some laundry.
The key to a good break is to let your brain rest and to stand up for a bit. This gives you time away from the computer, and makes it easier for you to tackle your next sprint.
If you only spend time sitting at your desk, it’s really hard to keep going because you’ve been stuck in the same place all day.
So do three or four sprints, and then get up and move your limbs. It will make it so much easier to keep going.
007: Go all in and enable the the tunnel vision.
One of my greatest pet peeves in life is when I find myself multitasking. Sure, you may think you’re being productive, but you’re really just frazzling yourself. (Can you use “frazzle” that way? I AM GOING TO DO IT REGARDLESS.)
The fastest way for me to feel burnt out and stressed is to try to do too many things at once. And if I have too many tabs open or I’ve got too much noise in the background, or I’m trying to text while I work on something, it just kills me.
You may feel like that’s the way to get stuff done. I feel like that’s the way to make minimal progress on multiple things.
So I go all in on most things. That means if I’m writing, I’m only writing. If I’m texting with someone, I’m only texting. And this is key for writing 10,000 words a day, because you need as much time as you can get to hit that word count.
If you’ve chosen this quixotic AF writing goal, you need to go all in. If you’re writing 10,000 words a day, then that’s what you’re doing that day. Embrace the tunnel vision and only allow yourself to write when it’s time to do those writing sprints.
008: Don’t try this without warming up.
Here’s a fun fact: I never start writing with a sprint. And that’s because I know I need to give myself a bit of time to get back in the swing of things. You wouldn’t go into the gym and try to bench press 200 pounds first thing. You have to warm up.
So I like to take some time and go over the outline while I sip some coffee. Then, I like to write maybe 100 to 600 words. This gets my fingers moving, and gets me back in the headspace of the novel.
This is generally all I need to warm up. It’s nothing special, and it’s something that you can do first thing in the morning. It also just makes it easier to hit that 10,000 word goal because you start off by having chipped away a bit already.
It’s not much, but it’s like that little kick that enables you to really pick up speed.
009: Don’t make this your daily writing goal.
And finally, allow me to caution you. I know it can seem really cool to write 10,000 words in a day. It’s not. It’s how you burn out.
Sure, you may want to do this in order to finish a novel in a week. And maybe that will work one time. But it’s not something that is sustainable, especially if you have a day job.
Depending on how fast you type, you may be able to knock out 10,000 words in a three or four hours. And you may think that you can do that every single day after work.
Here’s why you can’t: Your brain needs rest. So unless your day job just consists of downtime where you get ample rest and don’t ever have to solve any problems or stare at a computer screen, you can’t do this.
Don’t demand so much of your writing that it makes it impossible for you to write. Don’t think you’re a machine that can magically always fill your writing time with magical word sprints that net you 10,000 words.
Sometimes writing is slow. Sometimes, you need to just chill and enjoy a day where you don’t hit 1,000 words.
Have You Tried Writing 10,000 Words in a Day?
Have you ever attempted the daunting task of writing 10,000 words in a day? What are your tips and tricks? Anything I missed? What do you recommend to keep writers on track?
- Camp NaNoWriMo Survival Guide
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I wrote 50,000 words in 10 days for my Mphil Thesis .
I’ve done it working for a company I hated trying to meet deadlines and I gained 40 pounds so I understand what you’re saying for sure.
I literally thought something was wrong with me because of how fast I put on the weight!
It’s easier to do when you are writing about something you love but after two days you more than likely will burn out.
Awesome article and great tips!
I have totally experienced weight gain while writing stuff I hated for a terrible company! There’s something psychologically that happens to make you gain weight faster when you’re super unhappy. (Or so I think.) Thanks for reading!
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How to write 10,000 words a day
One of the most popular posts on the Thesis Whisperer is How to write 1000 words a day and not go bat shit crazy . Last year a Twitter follower brought to my attention a post called How I went from writing 2000 words to 10,000 words a day by the fiction writer Rachel Aaron.
I did a double take.
Can you really write 10,000 words a day? Well, Rachel says she can, with three conditions:
1) Know what you are going to write before you write it 2) Set aside a protected time to write, and 3) Feel enthusiastic about what you are writing
I read the post with interest. Much of what Rachel did conformed with what I suggest in my earlier post, but I couldn’t bring myself to really believe Rachel’s productivity claims. To regularly write 10,000 words: It’s the dream, right? Imagine if you could reliably write 10,000 words a day, how long would it take to finish your thesis… A week? How about a journal paper – a day?
Or so I thought.
The Thesis Bootcamp formula was developed by Liam Connell and Peta Freestone of the University of Melbourne. Thesis Bootcamp (and the veteran’s days which follow) is a total program designed to help late stage PhD students finish their thesis document (In some countries this document is called the ‘dissertation’, but I will use the Australian term ‘thesis’ here). The Thesis Bootcamp concept is simple – put a whole lot of PhD students in a room for a whole weekend and set them the goal of writing 20,000 words each.
Yes – you heard me right.
At every Thesis Bootcamp we have run, at least one student will achieve this goal, and many write many more words than they thought they would. In a previous post Peta Freestone and Liam Connell wrote about the ideas behind Thesis Bootcamp . In this post I want to reflect on Rachel Aaron’s threefold advice and put in the context of thesis writing.
1) Know what you are going to write before you write it
Composing a Thesis requires you to do different types of writing. Some of this writing is ‘generative’ in that it helps you form and articulate ideas by… just writing as much as you can, not as well as you can. It works best when you don’t second-guess yourself too much. The philosophy is ‘make a mess and then clean it up’. Perfectionist writers have a problem doing this, which is why we see so many perfectionists at our Bootcamps.
At Bootcamp we teach our students to focus the generative writing energy to productive effect. An important step in this process is for the student to spend at least a week making a ‘Thesis map’ before they come to Bootcamp. The map is essentially a series of sub-headings which the students use as prompts for composing new text, or re-using existing text.
Students, particularly those in the humanities and arts, tend to agonise over the Thesis document ‘structure’. I think the anxiety stems from the idea that ‘Thesis structure’ is some kind of perfect platonic form they need to discover.
It’s important to realise that structure is made, not found. Thesis structure is strongly influenced by disciplinary precedent and the content of the Thesis itself. A history PhD it might follow a timeline from the past to the present; a science PhD might echo the order of the experiments that have been performed. But multi-disciplinary PhDs, or PhDs in ‘polyglot’ disciplines like education, do not have comfortable traditions. This means you’ll have to make the structure up. Try the following technique:
- This Thesis contributes to knowledge by…
- This Thesis is important because…
- The key research question is….
- The sub-questions are….
- Decide how long your Thesis will be. Most universities have a maximum word count. Aim for your Thesis to be at least 2/3 of this total (it’s likely you will write more than this, but this gives you some wriggle room).
- Make a document with chapter headings and word counts next to them. Include an introduction of 2000 – 3000 words followed by up to seven chapters of equal length and a conclusion of around 4000 – 5000 words.
- Under the conclusion heading write a rough list of points you think will go in there (hint – these should be answers to the research questions you have posed). Study these closely – have you got data, theories, evidence and arguments to support these conclusions? These concluding points, singularly or in combination, will form the ‘key learnings’ of the Thesis – the knowledge and ideas you want your readers to absorb.
- Each chapter should have at least one key learning in it, maybe more. Under each chapter heading note the key learnings in the form of a brief synopsis of up to 300 words. This synopsis is like a mini abstract that explains what the rest of the chapter will be about.
- Then make a list of the material you will include in the chapter as dot points. Don’t worry about the gaps and stuff you haven’t written yet – just make a note of them. These should be short sentences that will act as subheadings
- Now ask yourself: If, at the end of the chapter, I want the reader to be convinced of the validity of this key learning, what needs to appear first? What comes next? And so on. Rearrange or write new subheadings as you go until you have arranged all the subheadings of the chapter in a way that tells the research story.
Following these steps will help you to create the Thesis map – but it’s important to remember that this is merely an aid to writing, not a plan set in stone. You can change, add and move stuff around as you write.
In our Thesis Bootcamps we ask students to just pick a spot on this map and start writing as fast as they can, not as well as they can. Does this generate perfect thesis ready text? Not necessarily, but many students say that the writing they produce at Bootcamp is clearer than the writing they did before it, when they are worrying over every word. I think the thesis map is a big part of this clarity because it keeps the focus tight.
This organising technique works best for very late stage thesis students, but it can be a way of creating order at any time in your journey and working out what you need to find out or write more about. I’ve made a downloadable cheat sheet which shows you my own Thesis map, generated by the above method so you can make one of your own.
2) Set aside a protected time to write
I’ve written so much about this, so I wont rehash it all here. If you are interested in some techniques and ideas for creating protective writing time, have a look at the following posts:
- Another way to write 1000 words a day
- Office or cafe?
- Shut up and Write!
- Detox your desk
- A visit from the procrastination fairy
3) Feel enthusiastic about what you are writing
I think this is the ‘secret sauce’ in the 10,000 words a day recipe. Rachel Aaron did some deep analysis of her productive writing days and compared these to the occasional not-so-productive days. The days Rachel was able to write 10,000+ words were the days she was writing scenes she had been ‘dying to write’ – she called these the ‘candy bar scenes’. Days where she found it hard to muster 5000 words a day she was bored with what she was writing:
This was a duh moment for me, but it also brought up a troubling new problem. If I had scenes that were boring enough that I didn’t want to write them, then there was no way in hell anyone would want to read them. This was my novel, after all. If I didn’t love it, no one would.
In the fiction world the answer to Rachel’s dilemma was simple – make the boring scenes more interesting! Unfortunately in Thesis World this is not always possible. There will always be parts that are functional and unexciting; I call these the ‘dry toast’ sections – you need to do a lot of unproductive chewing before you can swallow.
There’s a term that describes this process in gamer culture – ‘grinding’. Grinding is being forced to perform the same action over and over again before you can ‘level up’ in the game and get more powers / weapons / armour or whatever. The level up is the pay-off.
One of the most genius ideas Liam and Peta incorporated into Bootcamp was the squeezy lego blocks. We give these out for each 5000 words written in a particular colour order: green, blue, red and gold. The blocks clip together to make a little lego ‘wall’ that the students can display at their writing station. When first presented with the idea of the blocks the students laugh, but all too soon, they are typing furiously with single minded purpose – to get the next block. We have a little ceremony every time someone gets a block, clapping them as they walk up to write their name on the board. It’s cheesy, but it works to turn writing from a source of pain to a celebration. So think about how to reward yourself for every 5000 words written.
Up for the challenge? Have a look at the testimonials on our ANU You Tube channel . I’d love to hear about other ways of doing writing marathons and what you think about this kind of ‘binge writing’.
If you are an ANU student, click this link to find out how to get involved in Thesis Bootcamp on campus .
If you are in the UK, Dr Peta Freestone is available to run Thesis Bootcamp in your university.
Rachel Aaron’s post ‘How I went from writing 2000 words to 10,000 words a day ‘
“How to write 1000 words a day and not go bat shit crazy”
Video testimonials on the ANU Youtube channel
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How To Write 10,000 Words In Less Than 12 Hours
March 11, 2017 by Marc Guberti 10 Comments
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Welcome back! I am so happy to see that you have come back for more.
What would you do if you could write 10,000 words a day to kick you content into high gear?
Would you write five lengthy blog posts? How about an e-book? Or maybe high-converting sales copy for multiple landing pages?
Writing 10,000 words a day seems more than challenging. Writing 10,000 words a day seems nearly impossible. However, it is entirely possible. I can write 10,000 words during most weeks.
When I’m feeling really good, I can write 10,000 words in one day. At that rate, I could write 70,000 words per week, or 3,650,000 words every year.
I don’t consistently write at this pace, but when I do write 10,000 words in a day, it’s an awesome feeling. If I manage to write 10,000 words in one day, I can dedicate several more days to content marketing.
With the right work ethic, you can write 10,000 words in less than 12 hours.
Not Your Everyday Writing Goal
As I mentioned earlier, I don’t write 10,000 words every single day of the year. I do it on occasion. The problem with a goal like this is that some people will get tempted to put off their writing and go all-out on one day of the week (or, even worse, once per month).
Writing 10,000 words in one day, but forgetting about the other days of the week, will set you up for ruin. You won’t develop a habit for writing, and you’ll grind through the process instead of enjoying the journey.
If you constantly pressure yourself with this goal, you risk getting overwhelmed and despising writing all together. Before you consider writing 10,000 words a day, you need an established habit.
Writing 500 words per day is a great starting point . As you establish the habit, you can look deeper at some of the other techniques writers use . Once you merge your own habits with the analysis of other writer’s habits, you’ll discover a magic formula.
My absolute minimum goal is to write 1,500 words per day, although I usually finish most days at 2,000-3,000 words. The reason I don’t write 10,000 words a day every time is because I have other responsibilities for my brand. Once I write the content, I have to spend even more time on marketing.
This is why I rarely type 10,000 words in a given day. If you have the writing habit built-in, then you’re ready for your first 10K word day. I advise making a goal for 10K words in a day only twice per month. If you do anymore than that, you risk burnout, but if it works for you, then more power to you!
How To Get The Writing Habit Down
If you don’t have a writing habit, you need to start developing it. Five-hundred words per day is a great starting point. But how do you reach it? For some people, writing 500 words seems just as impossible.
Up to now, I’ve written exactly 500 words and didn’t even notice. It took me just a few minutes. Writing 500 words isn’t that easy, but once you’ve been writing millions of words for your blog posts and books, writing 500 words in one sitting is light work.
Let’s get back to habit development. According to science, it takes 66 days for any activity to become a habit. If you write 500 words every day for two months, you can easily write 500 words anytime.
But instead of writing 500 words per day until it becomes a habit, you need to gradually increase your word count. After a week of writing 500 words, challenge yourself to go a little higher. Don’t make a big jump in the beginning. Choose a more manageable jump such as 550 words per day.
You could even increase your word count to 510 words per day. Small increases add up, and soon enough, you will effortlessly write thousands of words on any given day. It all starts with your daily habits.
Right now, you might be creating a mental roadblock in front of your writing habit. It’s something you know you want or need to do, but for some reason, you keep putting it off.
In The Productivity Project , Chris Bailey lays out six triggers for procrastination. When you look at this list, ask yourself if any of these triggers impact you when you write:
- Lacks personal meaning
- No intrinsic reward (it’s not fun)
You can change your results by making these unattractive triggers more attractive . For instance, if your writing lacks personal meaning, change what you write about so it aligns with your interests, which will make it easier for you to write 500 words each day (or more).
I write about topics that I care about, and enjoy writing blog posts like this because they help the people that I’m trying to reach. I don’t enjoy writing history papers, for example, because 99% of them are forced assignments necessary for the grade.
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Calculate Your WPM
Let’s shift gears back to your first 10K word day. The next bit of information you’ll need is your WPM. This popular acronym stands for Words Per Minute in the writing community.
WPM is an assessment of how many words you can type in a given minute. Using your WPM, it’s easy to calculate your WPH. Just multiply your WPM by 60. For example, if you type at 40 WPM, then your WPH is 2,400 words.
With the average WPM lurking between 38-40 , the 500 word goal is easily attainable. It’s an average WPM. For most people, it will only take 12.5 minutes or less to finish writing a 500 word blog post (assuming the idea and outline are already in place).
Knowing your WPH allows you to determine how much time you need to write 10,000 words. With the average being 40 WPM (and therefore 2,400 WPH), you only need to type for 4 hours and 10 minutes to reach the 10,000 word milestone.
Of course, this is assuming you consistently type at 40 WPM from start to finish. At some points, you’ll be thinking of different ideas and possibly doing research to verify certain facts as you write your content.
In that case, it will take longer than 4 hours and 10 minutes. If you factor in everything else that can possibly happen (including idea development while writing), you’ll find yourself at the 5-5 1/2 hour range for 10,000 words in a day.
Mathematically speaking, none of this seems as scary as before, right? I could literally write 10,000 words every day of the year, but five hours of writing each day without any marketing won’t bring forth a content brand.
This entire example is based on the average WPM. You may be slightly above or below the average WPM. The only way to determine your status is to start a typing test. Typing tests only last a few minutes; what type what shows up on the screen, and you get your WPM in real-time.
The typing test lasts for a minute, and then you get to see your results.
For this speed test, I typed 95 words per minute, which came from countless hours of practice. At this rate, I could write 5,700 words in one hour and finish writing 10,000 words in just two hours.
While this data is skewed since the words are already provided (and you’ll have to think of fresh ideas to write about), knowing your WPM gives you a rough idea of how much time it will take for you to write 10,000 words. Just tack on an extra hour to factor in time for idea generation.
On this WPM test, you’re also likely to make mistakes as I did since the words are listed one after the other instead of provided in clear sentences.
While writing takes time, editing and revising can take even longer. You can hire an editor, ask a friend for help, or edit the content yourself. With all three of these approaches, there will be typos in your work. It’s practically unavoidable unless you meticulously look it over for several months or even a year depending on how long your content is.
At that point, it could have been published in an imperfect form but attracted more people to your brand.
Combining Attention & Energy
The timing of your work is just as important as the amount of time you invest in your work. Let me share an example with you:
Writer A goes through the entire day feeling exhausted. She still feels exhausted but pulls out her computer anyway and starts typing at 10 pm.
Writer B wakes up at 6 am and starts writing almost immediately. After some typing, she takes a break, eats a healthy breakfast, and then continues typing for another hour.
Which writer seems more productive to you? I’d go with Writer B any day of the week. Both writers are committed and willing to write for several hours. The difference is that one feels charged up while the other feels exhausted.
Your body and mind are part of you, and they play a big role in your productivity. If you feel distracted, that will negatively affect your productivity. There’s no question about it.
Most people focus on time as a measurement of productivity. If you worked for six hours today, you were more productive than when you only worked for five hours, right?
That approach is all wrong.
It’s not just a matter of how much time we put into our work, more specifically, it’s about what kind of time we’re putting into our work. Are you putting quality minutes into your work, or do you struggle through the day eager to boast about how much work you did later?
Circling back to The Productivity Project , Chris Bailey also mentions biological primetime. Everyone has a biological primetime, the timeframe in which it’s easiest for us to enter our working flow. For me, my biological primetime is early in the morning. For others, their biological primetime is in the afternoon or evening.
Think about how you work to determine your biological primetime. That is when you need to write your content. During this primetime, it’s much easier to write 10,000 words a day.
To actually find your primetime, you need to track your entire day, from what tasks you completed to how often you procrastinated. If you do this for a week, you will discover your biological primetime.
Once you know your primetime, you can reallocate your tasks so your high-value tasks (i.e. writing 10K words) get distributed within your biological primetime. That way, your attention and energy are properly focused on the work that matters most when you’re at your optimal level of productivity.
Not only should you track your time to discover your biological primetime, you should also learn a lot about yourself . You’ll learn how you spend your time and how you procrastinate. You can more easily weed out the bad activities so you can focus more of your time, attention, and energy on the tasks that create the biggest impact.
Space Everything Else Out Of Your Biological Primetime
When you keep track of your time, you’ll discover which tasks you do during your biological primetime. Most people discover that they’re making a big blunder within this golden opportunity.
If you check your stats, read the news, or scroll through Facebook during these golden hours, you are restricting your potential. That is the time you should focus on writing content.
Based on how you track your time, you’ll determine different distractions that can get in your way. Email and the internet are two of the many distractions that call us when we are trying to pursue our work. Anticipate distractions like these and eliminate them.
When I write a blog post, I’m almost never on the internet. The only time I use the internet while writing a blog post is when I’m doing research. I find the right time to mention someone else’s article. All I have to do is get the link, and that’s the only time I use the internet while blogging.
Oh, and I never see my Mail icon when I’m writing blog posts. I remove that app from my dashboard and only bring it back when I’m done writing.
Plan Out Your Content In Advance
I keep score of my blog posts’ lengths as I write them. Right now, this blog post is a little over 2,000 words long. In the past, I would struggle to get past 1,000 words with a blog post like this.
I might get past 1,000 words on a post, but not by much.
I always planned out my content in advance, even when it felt like writing massive blog posts was challenging. Back then, my outline was limited. I identified the blog post title and which tactics I would discuss.
Now I use the Socratic Outline for all of my blog posts. The Socratic Outline is like a traditional outline with a twist. You act as the reader and type questions the reader would have. For each tactic I discuss, I type at least three questions that the reader might ask.
For a blog post on getting more Twitter followers, one tip would be “Interact with your audience.” Here are some questions people may have:
- How do I interact with my audience?
- What do I say?
- How do I continue the conversation?
Instead of having five ideas within a blog post containing five tactics, I now multiply that total to 15 ideas within the same blog post containing the same five tactics. The more ideas you have to play with in your writing, the easier it is to write 10,000 quality words each day.
Anyone can type “very, very, very” 10,000 times. Planning out your content in advance allows you to develop the skill of writing quality words in massive quantities.
The Socratic Outline makes long-form content much easier to produce.
Change Your Environment
The tactics mentioned so far will give you the skills and mindset needed to write 10,000 words in under 12 hours. However, your environment is also a critical factor. When I first wrote this blog post, I mentioned that we all have a biological primetime. We are more productive during certain times of the day than others.
I want to take biological primetime one step further. Your biological primetime differs based on the environment you are in. At home, my biological primetime is the morning. Towards the evening, especially after 5 pm eastern, my productivity drops.
The biological primetime for my productivity at home is in the morning.
That’s why I interview most of my podcast guests in the evening. I’m not as productive at writing in the evening, but I can hold great conversations during that time.
Sometimes, when I don’t have an interview, I’ll go to a local bookstore in the evening to become more productive.
My productivity spikes in the new environment because my environment has changed. Your environment affects your biological primetime. I’m more productive at a local bookstore during the evening, and I only create content in that bookstore. I’m not doing anything else at that time.
I do all of the tech related work in the morning (create landing pages, check email sequences, etc.) and create as much content as my heart desires.
If your productivity is lagging at certain times of the day, the best solution is to change your environment. Then, you change your results.
Writing 10,000 words a day is a daunting task, especially if you do it consistently. However, if you write 10,000 words two days each month, you’ll add an extra 20,000 words to your monthly total.
Those 20,000 words can provide you with several blog posts, books, and other forms of content. As you continue writing every day, you’ll have an easier time writing high quality words in massive quantities.
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August 20, 2019 at 1:23 pm
Lol, my prime time is 2am to around 8am, and I can usually write around 4,000 words but I don’t write everyday.
February 26, 2020 at 11:32 am
We all have different prime times. Knowing yours and sticking to what works for you is vital.
August 18, 2019 at 2:21 pm
Thank you for this article.
February 26, 2020 at 11:28 am
My pleasure Malina 🙂
August 18, 2019 at 2:19 pm
I love writing and wondered if I could write 4,400 meaningful words in an article. After each 500, I had to remove myself from the computer and ease my mind. Thanks for the article. It helps to make me understand writing is about loving the art. Not accomplishing a number, but loving the art of writing and drafting an article others will love reading.
February 26, 2020 at 11:30 am
Great takeaways Malina. Love for the art of writing is vital. Taking breaks every once in a while helps too. Each person is different when it comes to taking breaks but stepping out for a little bit can be a big help for creating better content.
June 8, 2019 at 4:48 pm
I really enjoyed this article
June 18, 2019 at 2:08 pm
Thank you 🙂
March 30, 2019 at 10:41 pm
Does this apply to academic writing? (I mean writing with referencing)
May 11, 2019 at 8:06 am
I’ve never tried this with academic writing. With academic writing, there’s also a lot more research involved. I’m sure someone can do it although I see it being much harder.
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Ethical Trade in the UK Garment Industry
Customer Inserts His/Her Name Customer Inserts Grade Course Customer Inserts Tutor’s Name 25-Nov-2010 Outline 1 Introduction 1.1 Aim of research 1.2 Rational of research 1.3 Research Questions 2 Literature review 2.1 Introduction 2.1.1 Definition and Types of Code of Conduct 2.2 Ethics in the garment industry 2.3 CSR reporting 2.4...
Binge Drinking in the United Kingdom
Abstract It is prudent to accept that the role of intoxication in the society has considerably shifted and as such the attitudes towards alcohol consumption and its role with respect to the changing landscape of leisure, work and pleasure. From the eras of carnivalesque excess, to the acceptance of an...
Tesla Motors Company and Its Marketing Communications
This essay sample focuses on Tesla communication strategy. Here, you’ll find Tesla’s strengths, weaknesses, opportunities, threats, and issues as well as other useful information. Learn more about Tesla internal communication strategy with our sample! Tesla Communication Strategy Essay Introduction Founded in 2003, Tesla Motors is an American automobile manufacturing company....
Economic Reality of the Oil Supply Dwindling
Abstract The main purpose of this dissertation is to research on economic reality of living with a dwindling supply of oil. In order to do so, the first chapter will discuss the background of the problem like dwindling supply of oil, rationale of the research, the objective of the dissertation...
Conflict Resolutions in Northern Ireland and Cyprus
Executive Summary In the current study, the author evaluated conflict management with respect to the available options for its resolution. From the onset, mediation is outlined as the preferred option in resolving conflicts and other forms of disagreements in the society. To this end, a historical perspective of this alternative...
The Impact of Remote Leadership on the Global Business Organization
Introduction Due to their scale and work in several countries at once, international business organizations must comply with many standards and laws than local companies. With the organization’s growth, the scope of its responsibility increases; with the growth of income, opportunities increase, generating free resources. These resources are usually invested...
Validity of the Marketing Mix Model
Abstract The research report is based on judging whether or not the Marketing Mix is a valid option used in companies for marketing purposes or not. The detailed study takes reference from multiple sources which include credible authors’ research papers and one to one interview. The marketing mix model has...
Rating System for Infrastructure Projects in Nigeria
Abstract Undertaking infrastructure development projects and especially the construction of buildings in Nigeria lack sustainable green rating systems has resulted into construction practises that have caused many environmental problems. Lacking the green building rating systems has contributed to the ineptitude of construction managers and other professionals working in the construction...
Positive Leadership Styles for Organisational Performance
Abstract The focus on globalization and multiculturalism has led to the importance of understanding organizational productivity and team effectiveness. This paper focuses on the UAE business context by evaluating and comparing leadership styles in the UAE and their effect on the competitiveness of the country. Mainly, this paper evaluates the...
Investor’s Role in Creating Culture of Excellence
Abstract This study shows that at the present, the U.A.E construction industry is severely lacking in terms of proper employer-employee engagement in that the higher-ups within the company neglected to implement any form of IIP standardization or talent management practices that did not involve members of the upper management team....
- Human Trafficking
- International Relations
Cathay Pacific Airlines’ Customer Relationship Management
Executive Summary The aim of this paper is to investigate the impact of customer relationship management in the airline industry and its contribution to the success of the business with a case study of Cathay Pacific Airlines. In order to explore this topic area, the introduction of this paper focuses...
Basic Components of Living Systems
Cell Theory Cells are the basic unit of life that makes up every living organism. Cells were discovered by an English scientist known as Robert Hooke; he observed the structure of a thinly sliced cork under the light microscope which he invented (Khan Academy, 2015). He observed in the dead...
P&G and Unilever Open Innovation Case Study
Abstract Open innovation is considered to be an idea which companies can follow to bring together both internal and external ideas and generate ways of bringing new and better changes in the organizations by accessing internal and external path while enhancing their existing technologies. The main concept following open innovation...
Digital Marketing Strategies in Hotel Chains
Introduction Hotels have a variety of guests and they specialize in offering services and amenities to multiple market segments such as individual, group and corporate customers, with an aim to meet the service expectations of their guests. A hotel derives its biggest competitive advantage from the reputation of its brand,...
Quality and Customer Loyalty in the Service Sector
Introduction “The service industry, commonly known as tertiary sector of industry by economists, involves the provision of services to businesses as well as final consumers” (Terill and Arthur, 2000). Schneider and Susan (2004) continues to expound on this by explaining that such include accounting, trademanship (like mechanic or plumber services),...
Generali Group’s Governance in 8 Masterclasses
Masterclass 1: Building and Learning an Effective Governance, Risk, and Compliance Preamble Generali Group is an insurance company that just like other financial services organisations is subject to a large body of legislation and regulation. Given that past scandals associated with noncompliance and excessive risk taking have resulted in an...
The Resurgence of Tourism Business in Croatia
Introduction Background Croatia is an exciting tourist destination in Europe. In the past, Lonely Planet has named the country among the top tourist destinations in the world (IBP, Inc., 2015). National Geographic Adventure Magazine has given the same ranking for the country in its 2006 report of the best holiday...
Online Marketing: Malta Heritage Visitor Attractions
Abstract This study has aimed to scrutinize the emergence and progress of the roles of online marketing for Heritage Visitor Attractions in Malta by coordinating with the national economy, local market trends, and ICT skills of the human resource by taking into account customer’s motivation to the new technology. With...
Kio Technical Support Company: Business Plan
Executive Summary Starting up a new business requires a detailed understanding of the market and the forces that will affect a firm’s operations. Kio Technical Support is a new firm that is planning to start operating in the city of London. This firm will have offices in Serbia where most...
A New UK Government Backed Financial Product
Executive summary This task of presenting a new government oriented financial product as commissioned by UK government is an overview, which will explain gradual stages staring from selection of such product to an effective market orientation. Here, a modified social security scheme has selected to promote by targeting lagging behind...
- Developing Countries
Cultural Events’ Role in Tourist’s Decision-Making
Abstract Tourism is as innate to the human nature as breathing. Ever since we were distinguished from apes in the evolutionary cycle, men have been discovering new lands and places. The desire to travel and explore new places has led to the rise and fall of societies over time. Most...
Stakeholder Management in Construction Projects
Abstract The paper discusses the stakeholders’ management as a whole with a point of view on cost and scope of construction projects. The introduction and literature review identify the stakeholders and divide them into internal and external stakeholders. Further the internal stakeholders are divided into promoters, contractors and other actors...
Employees’ Satisfaction in Saudi Arabia
Abstract This topic of study is concerned with deducing the role of performance and rewards in influencing the organisational performance and overall job fulfilment among employees in Saudi Research and Publishing Company. Using a quantitative approach, the study delves into understanding the various aspects of motivation in relation to overall...
Customers’ Views on Service Dimensions
Executive Summary Two important factors for understanding how to improve the success of service-oriented businesses are customer satisfaction and service quality. This analogy is true for telecommunication firms because their success depends on their service quality. Therefore, to quantify their success, they need to measure their service quality. However, service...
Innocent Smoothies Brand: Marketing Communication
Our sample paper on Innocent drinks marketing strategy explores Innocent market share, business model, positioning, campaigns, and other aspects. Learn more about Innocent marketing strategy with the help of our sample! Executive Summary Innocent Company sells its fruit smoothies at one point five million (1.5M) rate yearly and has conquered...
Adolescent Obesity and Parental Education Study
Introduction to the Project Obesity is a serious public health concern in the United States that puts millions of children and adolescents at risk of having poor health. Despite the intentions to control and prevent this condition among the chosen population, its prevalence remains high, and certain improvements are expected...
How to Use Project Management Techniques to Improve the Supply Chain Process
Siemens-Energy is one of the leading technology companies in the world. One of the areas of specialization for the firm is industrial gas turbine manufacturing. According to Sadler (2020), Siemens has emerged as one of the preferred brands in the industrial gas sector. The company has two major production plants...
Leadership Theories in the Healthcare Industry
Introduction The question of leadership effectiveness has stormed the behavioral sciences for a long time. There has been extensive research on the effectiveness of leadership style and of theories in different areas of work such as business, nursing, education, military, and politics. The leadership in each case has been adjudged...
Motivational Factors on Kazakhstan’s Top Managers
Abstract Motivating top managers and its effectiveness has been center of discussion in researches conducted in past and they have provided in-depth analysis of how to improve top managers’ motivation through utilizing their human resource systems. The importance of analyzing the value of human capital, specially the top management, cannot...
Perception of the Service Quality for Airline Passengers
Acknowledgment Firstly, I would like to thank and dedicate this project to my husband and kids for their patience, love, and continuous support to me during the dissertation phases. Also, I would like to thank Mr. Mark Burridge and Mrs. Helen Goworek for putting me on the right track and...
High-Risk Substance Use in Kenyan Students
Abstract This dissertation focuses on high-risk prevalence among Kenyan high school, college, and university students. International organizations and numerous researchers indicate that this problem is universal and especially acute for developing nations. Consequently, scientific evidence reveals that Kenya suffers from the situation, meaning that a study is needed to investigate...
Call Center Performance in the Telecommunications Industry
Executive Summary Business process Outsourcing is a growing phenomenon in the global telecommunications sector. Many firms are embracing the process because of the cost and quality advantages associated with it. However, not all firms realise the expected benefits of outsourcing. Some companies have suffered from poor quality services, while others...
Executives’ Compensation Levels: Social Network Analysis
Abstract The present research investigates the impact of networks and connectedness on the CEO compensation, CEO appointments, CEO labour market outcomes, and CEO termination. In addition, this research establishes the connections between the CEO and the hiring board and compares it to the general connectedness of the CEO. The study...
Automotive International Marketing in Turkey
Abstract The article reveals the author’s experiences as a channel through which the grounded theory approach can be utilised in presenting qualitative research. The detailed description of the methods used in collecting, interpretation and analysis of data are fully given. The study is about international marketing and focuses on appropriate...
Cultural Issues and Their Solutions in Project Management
Abstract Due to the ongoing globalisation of business, international expansion of different companies and the emergence of culturally diverse environments, project managers face challenges that have not existed before. Some of these issues can have a significant adverse effect on the performance of the team, and so they should be...
Marketing for Sports Brands Using Mobile Advertising
Abstract The growing intensiveness of market competition creates a new marketing challenge for sports brands. The leaders of the global sportswear market seek new ways to conquer the hearts and minds of the new and existing customers. The emergence of new media forms provides unique marketing opportunities. Mobile advertising has...
The Aviation Industry: Emerging Threats
Abstract The proposed project is devoted to the comprehensive analysis of threats that affect the work of the aviation industry. The relevance and topicality of the selected issue come from the strategically important role of civil aviation in modern society and the critical need to create the safe framework by...
Call Standard in EFL Instructions in Saudi Arabian Education
Introduction In the given paper, the issues concerning the way students and teachers in Saudi Arabia access, use and treat the CALL standard in EFL instructions concerning the preparatory year program at the University of Tabuk are going to be considered and the existing approaches are going to be evaluated....
Demand and Supply of Healthcare Workforce in Oman
Abstract There has been continued indication of the shortages of physicians and nurses in hospitals across Oman and this is often seen in the media on regular basis. As a consequence, there has also been increased debate on the policy circles among scholars, stakeholders and researchers. Most of these debates...
Leadership Development in Government Sector
Introduction Leadership is critical for ensuring good governance either in private or in the government sector. In the present circumstances, the government organizations are over managed; nevertheless, they are poorly led. In today’s ever-changing world, leadership issues are getting more and more prominence in managing government departments and organizations. Enhancing...
Dubai Civil Aviation Authority Commercial Drone Initiative and Obstacles
Executive Summary The implementation of aviation drones is one of major goals pursued by the Dubai Civil Aviation Authority. However, the implementation of aviation drones faces a number of challenges which must be solved first. The drone aviation industry is a multi-disciplinary and borrows concepts initially conceptualized for military operations....
Saudi Arabian Corporate Finance Law Against Fraud
Abstract Attention towards the reduction of financial crime, corruption, and fraud in Saudi Arabian financial institutions has advanced significantly in recent years; as a priority, several legally acceptable mechanisms have been instituted to bring about more realist financial transactions. The effectiveness of these mechanisms, however, raises concern. This is because...
Primary Healthcare Practitioners and Electronic Health Record
Introduction to the Project Several studies have shown the benefits of the use of Electronic Health Records (EHR) for patients’ safety, as well as their ability to improve efficiency in primary care settings (Porterfield, Engelbert, & Coustasse, 2014). Regardless of the positive effects of the implementation of EHR in primary...
Social Media in Crisis Management of Restaurants
Introduction Background of the Study The world is increasingly getting competitive due to various dynamics in the business world. In this competitive environment, crisis is a factor that a firm may not precisely predict, and neither can it be overly prevented. Crisis management is one of the most challenging tasks...
Women in Mississippi Undergoing Hysterectomies: Law Case
Abstract Despite reported cases of women undergoing hysterectomy without being sufficiently informed, only three states have enacted informed consent laws aimed at providing more information concerning any alternative treatments. In addition, there exists a deficiency in the study of hysterectomy, which would be required to inform changes in related policies...
Integration and Alignment of the Current HR Strategy
Introduction Background Information The Abu Dhabi government established the Masdar Institute as an independent and non-profit research-driven graduate university in 2007. The entity is dedicated to the provision of higher education and research in advanced energy and sustainable technologies. The Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT), through partnership initiatives, plays an...
Problem Solving for Performance Enhancement
Abstract The research was carried out to determine the relationship between problem solving and performance enhancement with particular regard to routine, rational and creative problem solving approaches. The research was carried out by making use of the survey questionnaire as the primary data collection technique and peer-reviewed publications for secondary...
Training and Development in Business Management
Abstract Training and development are imperative aspects of organizational performance. This is because the environment in which most businesses function presently is constantly changing and is full of challenges. Most organizations have proved that training and development are crucial for an organization to meet the increasing customer demand, and face...
Personalized Medicine: Applying Bench Research for Bedside Utility
Introduction Human health outcomes are often products of the interplay between several biological and environmental factors. Based on this relationship, scientists have often strived to learn a lot of information surrounding the physiological, anatomical and biological issues underpinning human health outcomes with mixed outcomes (Blau, Brown, Mahanta, & Amir, 2016)....
PDVSA Company and the Influence of Political Decisions
Abstract Since the early twentieth century, Venezuela’s future has been associated with its oil industry and the country’s relation with this resource has been rather uncertain because it has been consistently contributing to socio economic development as well as economic stagnation and declining standards. However, oil has also contributed in...
Management Consultancy Practices for Small and Medium Business
Abstract This paper will discuss management consultancy practices and will explore the benefits that SMEs will obtain from adopting management consultancy practices. Moreover, it will review various definitions of SMEs and compares management consultancy practices employed in Sri-Lankan SMEs and UAE. There are two types of research methodology employed in...
Construction Industry Disputes in the UAE
Acknowledgments I wish to thank my supervisor…………..for his encouragement and useful suggestions thought out my project. I also wish to thank various construction industry professionals and insiders who graciously shared their experiences and opinions with me on this study. Finally, I wish to acknowledge the support of my colleagues and...
PZ Nigeria Plc’s Packaging in Product Marketing
Abstract Over the last decade, the global market has greatly diversified due to the fast changing systems of consumerism and globalization. Owing to this fact, companies have found themselves at the receiving end as they try to re-organize themselves to fit in the highly competitive marketplace. This report provides an...
Implications of the U. S. Endorsement of Jerusalem on the Israeli-Palestinian Conflict
Abstract The conflict between Israel and Palestine may be regarded as one of the most challenging and long-lasting multidimensional conflicts of the 21st century which resolution is currently unreachable. Since 1948, Israel and Palestine are involved into deadly confrontations, even if of the two-state approach is in the heart of...
Organizational Performance: Motivation and Its Impacts
Introduction Introduction This chapter contains the background of motivation and its impacts on the organizational performance. It also provides the summary definitions and base theory, the background of the host organization, the rationale for the research area, the research objectives and investigations hypothesis. It concludes with the outlined methodology and...
African-American Mothers’ and Their Sons Relationship
Pill packaging and increasing medication adherence in sickle cell patients.
Introduction to the Project The problem of sickle cell disease (SCD) has been developing at an exponentially high rate, causing multiple fatal outcomes in patients, as well as making them vulnerable to numerous infectious diseases (Badawy et al., 2017). The issue must be addressed as a global concern that affects...
Carbon Tax Role in Enhancing Environmental Sustainability
Executive Summary Individuals and organisations should engage in activities that are viewed to promote environmental sustainability. The reason behind this is to ensure their survival, as well as that of their future generations. Increasing levels of greenhouse gases emitted into the atmosphere has mainly been attributed to industrial processes in...
Transformational Leadership in Pakistan’s Banking Sector
Introduction The field of leadership is one area of academic research that has evolved and fundamentally shifted its paradigm. The understanding of effective leadership has progressed from the orthodox transactional epoch point of trait, behavioral and contingency theories towards the existing leadership paradigms of charismatic and transformational leadership. This report...
The Impact of Retrenchment on Uganda Employees Satisfaction
Risk perception in british and saudi arabia cultures.
Introduction Overview One of the most peculiar aspects of post-industrial living is the fact that, during the course of few recent decades, the pace of technological progress in the field of informational technologies, had attained a clearly defined exponential momentum. In its turn, this created objective preconditions for the growing...
Industry 4.0 and Its Supply Chain Management
Summary The industrial landscape of the 21st century is changing under the influence of various contemporary factors. Historically, humanity’s approach to most of its activities across different sectors has aligned with the development of societal, economic, and technological aspects. Today, the third component has taken a leading position, as progress...
Starbucks Company’s Brand in Bangladesh Market
Abstract The study was carried out to develop an understanding of the intricacies and utility of brand effectiveness. Starbucks’ expansion in Bangladesh was chosen as the scenario for which the effectiveness of brand effectiveness was tested. Primary data was collected through the survey questionnaire while secondary data was collected through...
Social Media and Its Role Now and in the Future
Executive Summary This document focused on the role of social media, now and in future. To achieve this goal, it focused on a number of issues that surround social media. The world has experienced a lot of creations and innovations as a result of the works of man. This includes...
Emirates Nuclear Energy Corporation’s Communication
Introduction The present communication plan is intended for use by the Emirates Nuclear Energy Corporation. In view of the proposed nuclear power plant to be constructed in the Western Region of the Emirate of Abu Dhabi, a comprehensive analysis of the context, stakeholders and communication strategies available has been undertaken....
The Role of Responsible Leadership in NGOs in Frames of Sustainable Development
Introduction and Statement of the Problem State of the Art Summary The global community is becoming increasingly concerned about the environmental changes together with social and economic problems. UNEP (2020) identified 2019 as the year when the past harms to nature have caught up with the present, and humanity had...
Information Technology Outsourcing for UK Retailers
Introduction Introduction and background information For the past years, retailers in the world have undergone tremendous transformation because of the market forces that direct them to adapt new business environments evolving now and then. The most influential force to the retailers is the growing competition among retailers as well as...
Motivation and Performance in UAE Construction Industry
Abstracts As the construction industry grows along with the economy, UAE construction companies are striving to succeed amidst steep competition to deliver projects by the required cost, meet deadlines, and provide high-quality work. The sector requires a motivated and robust workforce, effective and resilient project teams with flexible and supportive...
Diversification of the Family Business
Foreword Analysis of family businesses, as well as research into issues that may not only be unique to the family business concept such as diversification, succession and corporate governance, to name a few is not a new practice, but rather a well established practice from both, an academic as well...
Risk Management During Financial Crisis in the US
Abstract Banks and other financial institutions forming part of the financial system contribute greatly to the development of any economy. Business and industrial enterprises look for increased financial support from these institutions, since they can develop and introduce innovative financial products and services. Because of the nature of products and...
Investigating the Nexus Between Human Trafficking and National Security
Executive Summary This research paper investigates the nexus between human trafficking and national security from an economics perspective. The main research variables investigated in the inquiry relate to the global sociopolitical issues, economic interests underpinning the trade, and health factors affecting national security. The secondary research method was used to...
The Influence of Mathematics Methods Courses
Abstract A mixed methods research study was conducted to explore the impact of mathematics methods courses and content pedagogy courses on pre-service Early Childhood and Special Educators’ self-efficacy and beliefs. The purpose was to examine the possible factors responsible for the pre-service teachers’ beliefs, and to determine the levels of...
Big Data in Aircraft: Types, Amount, Transmission
This thesis explores the trends, status of big data in airlines and its implications in aviation investment. The paper highlights areas of interest based on these submissions, which include technologies, used cases, applications, products, suppliers, research and development. Within these areas of interest, the researcher categorises point objectives for the...
Energy Consumption in Wireless Body Area Networks
Introduction Significance of the Study One of the most influential and large impact factors in wireless body area networks is the efficiency of energy consumption. This essay seeks to present an extensive study of energy consumption technologies in WBANs. This is achieved through, concerted focus on power-efficient models and battery-driven...
The Channel Islands Handbook
Introduction Background and Scope The Channel Islands government is committed to ensuring that lawbreakers, such as money launderers and terrorists, cannot legalise the profits of crime via the Channel Islands or use its fund and business industries. The Handbook is a report on the criteria of mitigating terrorist funding and...
A Perfusion Based 3D Cancer Model for Micro Tumor Formation
Abstract The study of the development of anti-cancer drugs and preclinical toxicity tests has until today encountered a major problem identified as lack of a reliable in vitro-tumor model able to mimic in vivo conditions. These models provide a clear basis for understanding tumor-development processes and assists in the selection...
Single African American Mothers’ Relationships With Sons
Abstract To investigate the experiences of single African American mothers and their relationships with their adolescent sons, I employed a generic qualitative design in the study. My purpose was to address a gap in the literature by providing a deeper understanding of single African American women’s experiences as mothers of...
Financial Language: A Case Study of Lehman Brothers
Abstract The objective of the current research was to examine the changes in financial language and social development since financial tsunami, 2008, in the context of the United States and to report on the role and use of financial language in the proliferation of financial globalization and its eventual climax...