In the article "7 Steps to Successful Juggling," author Pamela Redmond Satran imparted this wisdom:
"I had a friend who ran a department at a major corporation by day and wrote magazine columns and humor books by night. He was also married, had a preschool-age child, and covered the home bases alone two nights a week to give his wife a break. ... I discovered [his] magic productivity secret: He could write though anything. I mean, we were having an animated conversation, his daughter and a friend were racing around the room, the television was blaring his wife was issuing instructions for the night and the guy was still sitting there at the dining room table with his lap-top, writing away through all of it."So, next time your can sit down for a second, just do it. Don't balk or cower because you might only get two minutes in, just try it. Write through it all.