Ask An Author

Published on August 8th, 2013 | by Devin


Ask An Author: Ken Rabow, Part 7

Ken Rabow is a life empowerment coach and the author of The Slacker’s Guide to Success, a book designed to help teens and young adults discover their strengths. In this multi-part interview, he talks about his philosophies, writing process, favourite books and more.

When working on a book, do you keep a writing schedule?  Do you write a certain amount every day?  At a specific time?

Yes. Yes. Yes. I find early morning work best for me these days. I choose to do at least 30 minutes a day with a maximum of 2 to 3 hours if I’m on a roll.

On a bad day I try to just get five minutes done and there are some days where I just say f’get-about-it. (That’s okay too if it’s not too often.) I always have a notepad (on my iPhone) available if an idea comes to me during the day. I write it down immediately and then leave working on it until the next time I sit down to write.

The Slacker’s Guide to Success is out now.

To read more from Ken Rabow, visit his website, his Real Life Coaching center or his articles for The Huffington Post. You can also follow him on Twitter.

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