One thing I see a lot of on blog posts these days, are ways to help produce your creativity and your creative output. And it’s not just the average blogger like you or I. Stephen King has written a book solely about his own ‘how-to’ of writing, if you will. Neil Gaiman has spoken on it, Joss Whedon, too. In fact, I’ll make an assumption that every author who has ever penned anything noteworthy (or not noteworthy at all) has had something to say on Getting Stuff Done.
Here’s my two pence.
Stop reading about how to Get Stuff Done and just Get Stuff Done.
This is going to be a rather short post. You know why? Of course you do. Because I’ve got Stuff to be Getting Done.