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A very useful and practical guideline for scholars who want to be productive and relaxed writers.
The core principle is to construct a habit of regular writing--writing in a certain period of the day. This principle will allow for incremental progress. It will also give you control over your daily schedule and your (non-academic) life. The point that impressed me the most is that we should treat writing as other formal jobs (like teaching) that are inflexible in terms of schedule. When we hold this mindset, we will be able to "allot" time to write, rather than trying to "find" the writing time.
In addition, the advice on target-setting is also very useful. I believe that the goal system consisted of "general project goals", "short-term priorities", and "concrete daily goals" should work well for academic writers.
There are more useful points in this short book. I highly recommend friends to go over it. You can skip the last few chapters about writing journal articles and books, for different fields may have different styles.