#TITLE# Build A Consistent Writing Habit In One Month #/TITLE#
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Everything you do starts with writing. It’s the foundation for anything you want to do. And doing it consistently online is the maximum leverage habit in human history. Build an internet writing habit in 30 days with community accountability.
The 3 Secrets to Building A Writing Habit
A writing habit works because it is built on a solid foundation. And a good foundation is built on a foundation of deliberate thought and action. Without that deliberate thought and action, building a writing habit is impossible. Here are three secrets to a writing habit that can help you build a writing habit in 30 days. 1. There is something very special about the tactile nature of writing on paper. Not typing your ideas into an email. Writing in pen, on paper, changes the physics of the entire process. In the modern world, technology has changed writing forever.
The 30-Day Online Writing Challenge
The idea is that for 30 days (October 4th through November 1st) you write every single day. No exceptions. You may write about anything. Or nothing. But you MUST write every day. It could be in a site. Or an email to a friend. Or on a social network. But every day. You can edit and revise what you’ve written, or not. You may delete or trash it. You may post it on Facebook. Or not. You may write it publicly or privately. You may hide your site or mention it in public places. You can listen to music ora podcast while writing. Or not. You may take a walk or not. You may take a shower or not. Whatever it is, you MUST write something every single day for 30 days. It doesn’t matter what you write.
Get Accountability From the Community
Get your friends, family, or co-workers to help you meet your writing goals by offering them the opportunity to write a brief prompt each week at the #TheLingeringFog hashtag on Twitter. Find out more and start building your community.
Get Accountability From Yourself
Get accountability from yourself. Start small. Even write in the same corner of the room where you usually write. That can be the beginning of the end of procrastination and perfectionism. You will build your motivation by getting started. Get active, then get comfortable. Use Resolutions utilize a traditional goal framework to remain consistent. I recommend that you choose a resolution based on two elements: Tenacity: Would you create the capacity to persist and persist consistently? Persistence: Would you follow through? Will you keep doing what you have started whenever you are tempted to drop it? Join Communities When you get started, you will need to seek out others who are working on the exact targets.
Tools To Help You
1) My personal site, Writing From The Margins, to turn into a full-time freelance gig. 2) GoTee to make team accountability for writing on a regular basis. 3) DigiDose to track and publish all my writing and book creation progress. To do this: In 3 months, I took two weeks of that self-made time, not a day longer, to practice writing consistently. I: Made a commitment. T: wrote for 2 hours per day in 1 location and continued writing at least 10 minutes per day for 2 weeks. R: maintained that the writing habit through a 30-day challenge with no suspension of service or quit or cheating or some other spontaneous behavior. Key takeaways Building a constant writing habit does not happen overnight. It does not require 30 days to be consistent.
We all know why online writers continue to write; the job market sucks and many of us have a lot of writing to do. (Unless you are me. But the writing community stinks for other reasons too: Many of us spend our time sending emails, sharing links, shopping, and whatnot. If you don’t understand what your readers want, you’re never going to build an audience. If you don’t understand what your readers want, you’re never going to get noticed by other people who do. If your readers ask for it, they don’t write and say”huh? What the fuck?” How to write even better There are so many people doing things better than I am, and everyone has something unique to contribute. That’s what makes community so powerful.