DAY 4 – How To Write Every Day

It’s only day four of my #365dayblogchallenge and I am already having the ‘what have I got myself into’ feeling. Imagine having to do this for another 361 days. But, I am not giving up so easily this time.

Seth Godin is an author and entrepreneur that I like a lot, not only because he is a marketing genius but also the fact that he has been writing on his blog every day since 2002. What a commitment!

There was one thing I learned from him about writing some time back. It stuck with me and gave me the courage to take up this challenge to blog every day for an entire year.

Write like you talk.

You don’t need an inspiration to talk. If you write like you talk, you will never run out of things to write because nobody ever runs out of things to say.

He also believes that writing a blog every day, even when no one reads it, will benefit the writer tremendously.

Everyone should blog, even if it’s not under their own name, every single day. If you are in public, making predictions and noticing things, your life gets better, because you will find a discipline that can’t help but benefit you.

Committing to having a point of view and scheduling a time and place to say something is almost certainly going to improve your thinking, your attitude and your trajectory.

Speak up. Not just tomorrow, but every day.

Is there something you should commit to doing every day that is beneficial to you?

Start today and share it with me in the comments below.

Let’s do this!

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