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mindy

I like the analogy as well...but it breaks down for me because of who I show up for. When teaching, I am there for the students and the performance expectation that I have for myself both in terms of the course content as well as for the live bodies in the room are the motivations. Writing is, for me, all about me (my work, my career, my productivity) and so it can be very hard to get motivated to do it...

bethany

thanks for posting this. I wish I could protect my research time this well. Maybe I can improve.

Robin

What great advice . . . now to get myself to follow it!

caraf

Mindy, good point. And, there are also the expectations of others: those bodies in the classroom have needs! So much is also time-bound: the immediate reward of the classroom, now, and the frequently oft-delayed gratification of good writing.

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Glad to know that there's an individual out there that definitely understands what he's discussing. Great job.

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