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October 01, 2007

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Moschel

I enjoyed your interview very much; especially the part about knowing when you are most productive. I think that is a very important aspect to realize when you are an Accidental- preneur and mom. Good luck with the publication of your book; hope to see you on the New York Best Seller list!

The original Accidental Pren-her

I just have to echo Moschel's well wishes for your book to be seen on the NYTimes best seller list!

Moschel is also a mom and created a very interesting product called, "On Time On Task for Kids." To read/listen to Moschel's Accidental Pren-her podcast interview, go to: http://susanreid.typepad.com/alkamae/2007/10/interview-with-.html

Jeanne

Thanks, Moschel! Its the only thing that keeps me sane. :>

Jeanne

And thank you both for your good wishes and the NYTimes Bestseller thoughts...put it out to the Universe, who knows what will happen? Grins.

Mary Ellen Whitaker

Thank you so much for this interview. I particularly appreciated your comments about "writing on" several different story starts. I do that, too, but sometimes it can distract me from the piece I'm trying to finish. Now I can see this as part of the process and a practice that will actually help me be more -- not less -- productive.

The original Accidental Pren-her

Agreed, Mary Ellen. It was helpful for me, too, when I heard Jeanne talk about working on more than one piece of writing at the same time. Takes the pressure off, doesn't it?

Jeanne

Hi Mary Ellen! And Susan! Glad to know it helped you both. It does help me a lot because getting stuck seems to be part of the process too. Grins. Just giving myself permission to work on something else frequently means I break the block quite easily.

Marlene Trevisan

I enjoyed your interview and getting an inside look into the life of an author. I love when you said that you "show up to write". It implies an allowing and being in the process - not forcing it. When I do that my business takes on a life of it's own and is really a lot more fun. Thanks for that reminder!

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