Write Daily

A person in front of an open laptop with an opened word processing application on the screen.

I’ve been writing and publishing on this blog every single day since the start of the year. This is the 100th post in 100 days.

I started with a goal to clarify my thinking and streamline my thought process. And I got so much more than that.

Publishing daily forces me to think, discern and act. It helps me be aware of the everyday little things.

I started noticing seemingly irrelevant anomalies in my thinking, which helps me uncover subconscious thought patterns that weren’t helping me. And once you’re aware of a problem, you can take steps to fix it.

I started examining my ordinary interactions more closely, which helps me understand people’s motivations, actions, and hopes better. And once you understand those, you can help people and avoid similar problems yourself.

I started learning what resonates with people and even more what doesn’t. There’s still a long way to go until I reach a point where I can say I’m actually good at it, but I am improving slowly, gradually.

The benefits of writing (and publishing) daily are enormous, even if no one reads what you have written.

Don’t delay. Starting is easier than you think. And one hundred days from now, you’ll wish you’ve started today.