It’s a new year, so let’s go ahead and make a New Year’s resolution right now: I promise to write every day. It doesn’t have to be much. But it has to be something. Something. Anything. It can be a journal entry. (See The Five-Minute Journal.) It can be a blog post. It can be a 750 word free-write. It can be an avant-garde poem about a wilting flower. It doesn’t matter. But you need to write… every day. This is how you master the craft of writing. Nobody just sits down and stares at a blank page (or screen) and in 30 minutes comes up with the next great piece of literature. That doesn’t happen. In order to master your craft, you need to practice that craft. And in order to practice that craft, you need to: Maintain a discipline. What your discipline looks like is surely different than what my discipline looks like, but the important thing is that you stay consistent. You need to consistently stay disciplined every single day. In case you’re wondering what my discipline looks like, here’s a piece I wrote for the content writing community nDash.co. I like to think of maintaining a…
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