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G. Scott Graham

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I am a Boston career coach / business coach that some say has "too much time on his hands." The truth is that I have no more time each week than anyone else, I just choose to spend it differently. I don't watch TV, spend hours on social media looking at cat videos, nor fill my time with other frivolous activities.

When I am not coaching I am hiking, volunteering as an EMT & firefighter, working our farm / animal rescue in Vermont, listening to music, enabling my Jack Russell and writing.

Number fifty-five on my bucket list is to write 100 books before I die, so you will see a lot here in the coming years!

I have a lot of interests so am not pinned down to only a few types of books!

Currently, I am working on a number of books:
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G. Scott Graham I have been writing every day from 11am until noon as part of a coaching power hour called Entrepreneur's Study Hall (more information at: …moreI have been writing every day from 11am until noon as part of a coaching power hour called Entrepreneur's Study Hall (more information at: http://www.entrepreneurstudyhall.com). I actually started this group to help others but the benefits I have received have been immeasurable.

The structure and accountability have made writing much easier, especially on books that I have found more difficult to get out of my head and onto the computer.

The key I have found is to just write and write and write and not evaluate what I am writing while I am writing it.

I have worked with coaching clients who have wanted to write and have used the two tactics I just described with great success: (1) write regularly and (2) just write, don't evaluate.(less)
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