One Year Writing: 30 Lessons Learned in 30 Days. Part 4+.
Not only I did write my 30 Atomic essays in 30 days but I went beyond. I wrote every day without a break and still I am writing today.
Atoms 29 and 30 to celebrate the achievement:
- Writing compounds despite everything. Write every day. Regardless of successes and failures, you will grow, day in, day out.
- The habit of building habits. You choose to be who you are by repeatedly doing what you decide to do, consistently, continuously.
Not happy I kept on writing these:
- Be prepared for anything. It doesn’t matter if you can foresee the future, be mindful in preparing yourself always beyond the expected, to be ready for the unknowable.
- Expert? Show up, provide value and we’ll see. Practice, study, and be prepared to show up and provide value with your expertise. Welcome to the era of the Knowledge Entrepreneur.
- What to write when you don’t know what to write. If you find yourself in the situation of not knowing what to write you can leverage on your drafts, your notes, or your creative toolbox.
As a further reflection on my daily writing habit I wrote this:
- Writing about writing about writing. Write daily: a lot, a little, but write. Write free-flowing or with intentions, but write. Collect, organize, and connect, but write. Review, revise, and publish, but write!
I am happy and proud and now looking forward to the next challenge.