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                   --Lee Pound

February 2020
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A Few More Reasons to Write Every Day

One of the most important reasons to write every day is that it will make all of your writing projects much easier. I’ve found that when you write often, you exercise your writing skills in much the same way that practicing the piano or football exercises your musical or sporting skills.

Too often we think that we can get good at a task by doing it every so often. Yet regular exercise of any skill is the path to mastery. In golf, the best pros practice every day with a coach. In music the best performers practice every day to enhance their skills. In writing, the professionals write every day to build their skills.

The more you think about doing something, the less time you actually spend doing it. This is particularly true of writing. Waiting for inspiration is like waiting for the piano to start playing itself. You have enough inspiration for a lifetime of writing right now. All you have to do is use it.

Take a few minutes right now to make some decisions. If you want to write a book, make the commitment right now to write it with consistent daily action. If you want to create a successful blog, make the commmitment right now to post as often as you can, every day if possible. If you are marketing a product, work at your marketing every day.

There are two kinds of entrepreneurs. The first are the ones who sit back and wait for the business to come to them. The second kind are the ones who go after the business with everything they’ve got. Your writing will help you create the kind of business you want to have right now.

Writing is not a game. It is a serious profession. Start writing every day and make yourself the professional star that you want to be.

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