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Project Sheets

Sometimes it is helpful to use a document to outline a project. I use them for my novels. I used a project scope template in Word to do that. I call it a project sheet even though the document has

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Controlling Your Writing

I approach my writing as a group of projects. I have several pieces in various states. I published one, finishing the tasks of writing there. I am revising a sequel to that novel, with another sequel in the rough draft

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Scheduling Time for a Large Project

Scheduling time to do a large project is more a case of finding the time to do the smaller pieces that make up the whole. If you are just one person doing the project, it’s easier to schedule the time.

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Mind Maps

A mind map is a tool for solving problems. It can be as simple a blank piece of paper that you doodle on as you brainstorm ideas, or it can be a computer program like Microsoft’s Vision or Project. Prices

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