When she twists the knob on the timer, The 15-Minute Writer works on the task at hand.
She answers the question that has been asked. Or writes the description that needs to be made.
She can only address one project during her timed writing session. As the seconds count down, that is all she is focused on.
She writes to give the best answer, describe the situation fully, so that her reader is satisfied with the result.
When the timer hits zero she has satisfied her commitment – that project is complete.
Her mind is now free of thinking about that topic.
If she takes a break between sessions, she is relaxed. One piece of work has been finished.
If The 15-Minute Writer turns to another assignment, she can give that her full attention and her best effort.
And when that session is done, her mind is once again clear.
In this manner The 15-Minute Writer can accommodate more projects than others.
Because she works on one thing at a time, with total focus, under a time constraint, her mind is not engaged in the self-defeating process known as multi-tasking.
Because she concentrates fully on one thing, and finishes. She has the clarity of mind to turn her attention to something else.
And when she is done with that something else, she can again turn to yet another project.
The 15-Minute Writer can repeat this process, time and time again, every time she sets the timer to the 15-minute mark and works on one thing until it is done.
And when she is done for the day, or week or month, others may say that her output is nothing short of amazing.
But all she is doing is working on one thing, for 15 minutes.
And when the buzzer rings, she is done.
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The 15-Minute Writer Course Outline
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