Leadership: Pragmatic & Proactive

5 Weird Work Habits of Successful Writers

Novelists don’t have to commute to an office, report to a supervisor, and sit through marathon meetings in order to write. Instead, they have to rely on their ability to push themselves to begin the long, lonely, process of writing and revising. It’s a hard job and each writer handles it differently.

Follows are five writers who employ weird work habits in order to make sure they put ink on paper. These odd habits aren’t for everyone, but they may inspire a few procrastinators.


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  1. Weirdest Office Habits | GlobalTelegraph.net

    [...] has to get into their birthday suit to get the creative juices flowing. Leadership site the Bacharach Blog notes that Japanese novelist Haruki Murakami wakes up at 4 a.m., writes for six hours and then goes [...]

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