Productivity is always at the forefront of any writer’s work. Whether you write in a noisy, crowded newsroom or at a quiet corner desk at home, whether you fly solo or collaborate with co-authors, in that moment when words hit paper (well, screen for most of us) the act of writing is a solitary one. I came across a gem of an article from Fast Company looking at how introverts and extroverts manage productive energy differently and I had to share.
Said Simply: Know what works for you to stay productive and embrace it.
I once worked with a writer who said she lost energy on new stories if she talked about them too much. In light of this article, she was an introvert aptly managing her productive energy. Enjoy! ◊