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So, Russell Blake wrote an blog post on The Seven Habits of Highly Ineffective People. He updated his blog post to define effective as "selling oodles of books." Russell is a blunt force in terms of handing you anything, so I take his no-padding style with no animosity.

Here are some things that he pokes at which include me.

2) Shun Marketing
4) Fail to have a production schedule.
5) Jump around a lot of different genres
7) Nickel and Dime Everything

Right now, I am stuck in a no-sales loop. Nothing produces sales, so I want to improve my book selling game, but I can't tell which one thing or multiple things are getting in my way. I have no proof that any risk is worthwhile. So which thing should I address and how should I address it? There's the trick.