Becoming A Pro In A Month
Learning everything (or almost everything) about a new writing software often seems daunting.
It takes a lot of time, and there are functions that are a bit complicated, and most important of all, you don’t want to deal with the software, you want to write your book or screenplay.
I get it.
But the feeling of being overwhelmed usually comes from wanting to do everything at the same time.
So, why don’t you take it one step at a time.
Most writing programs are not THAT complicated, and besides, everything can be learned easily if you just make the learning steps small enough.
So, here is what you can do.
Most writing software is explained in 30-40 lessons. That means, if you just do one lesson each day, in a little over a month you’ll master that thing.
And it’s only going to be a couple of minutes a day.
Yes, granted, there are software packages that have more bells and whistles, like for example Scrivener.
But who says you need to know it all?
There are certain functions that are more geared toward book authors, others more to screenwriters, others more to scientific writers.
So, you just pick and choose.
Even with more complex software like Scrivener, if you learn a couple of minutes a day, you’ll wipe the floor with those who don’t want to learn it at all and will have a frustrating experience because of that throughout their writing life.
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