How to write a book in 70 hours and not burn out

Do you need to create a lot of content in a very short time? Do you have a research paper due? Planning on writing your own book? Working on a series of lectures for a new course? Need to write a lot of blog posts quickly?

Writing long-form content such as books and long articles is difficult. It isn't the writing in itself, though, that is necessarily the problem: it is the ideas, the content, that we usually struggle with. What to write about. How to do it most efficiently. And how to communicate clearly.

I hate to brag, but I've created a great deal of content recently: for the company blog, for my personal blog, for digital magazines, for a software course, etc. Since January 1, 2016 I've written and published around 49 370 words. This is the equivalent of a book. How long would it take you to write a book?

Well, I've counted up a total of 24 hours of continuous typing and about 45 hours researching and gathering information. And I'm not a writer – I'm a data analytics professional, who prefers numbers and charts. So I came up with a hack that helps me keep my full-time job and still produce a ton of useful content.

Want to know my secret? I'm sharing the detailed step-by-step instructions here.

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