Write If Else End If
Yesterday was the conclusion of the month long daily writing experiment. I dare to say that maybe a habit has started to form. It was a good experiment.
I think the most successful part was understanding the goal: creating a system to write every day.
If I had to pick the three biggest learnings:
- Make it very easy to succeed. During this month, my metric was to write something at least longer than a tweet (280 characters). Anything above that, was good enough.
- Deadlines make you deliver. I didn’t question “if” I wanted to write, I had to. This made it easier to just grab the less bad idea and go exploring in writing.
- Chew on ideas. Write down your sparks during the day, but let them marinate a little before sitting down to write. This helped a few lines ready to come up when the writing started.
That’s it. I’m going to continue posting everyday, but it won’t be part of this Daily Post tag anymore.