Sunday, June 6, 2010

Daily Writing

There is power in daily writing. When you write every day, even if it's just for a few minutes, you build momentum. You begin to embed the concept of 'writing' into your subconscious mind. Writing becomes a habit, which is a critical component of success.

You do not have to make a long-term commitment to daily writing. For example, you could try daily writing for 7 days, 30 days, or 90 days. At the end of your commitment period, observe how writing has become an integral part of your day. Experiment and see if you can keep that momentum going for another day, and then another.

The power of daily writing is the first chapter in my upcoming book LIVING WRITE: The Secret to Inviting  Your Craft Into Your Daily Life (Adams Media), coming September 18, 2010.

How can you make daily writing part of your routine?