The one thing you’ll find common in all successful writers: they write daily. No matter what’s the situation, no matter more or less, if he’s having a habit, he’ll always write. But developing a daily writing habit isn’t an easy task. It’s not a gift; it’s a discipline.
We all have things we’ve given, opportunities we deserve, and skills we have, but developing a habit from in-self is the simply out of all these. You know what’s the difference between professional and a non-professional, it’s discipline. So how do you inculcate that discipline? How do you start writing every day like a professional? It takes a lot of determination and tons to regular hard work to develop a daily working habit, and that a must need for every blogger, isn’t it?
…So how do you do this? The 5 steps to success
- Pick up your spot: Now this is something I’d prefer you first in the list. Whether the dining table, your sofa or couch, pick up the spot you feel is most comfortable. And if you have your spot selected, it is your source of inspiration.
- Make your schedule: This is of great importance. Whether 5 pm to 8 pm, or 6 am to 10 am, select what you feel is most peaceful for you. And if being a professional you have your time fixed to write, there can’t be anything better than that! And it’s a fact that you literally don’t have any idea what to write until and unless you commit yourself to your chair!
- Put your complete focus on your work: Now don’t that you’re a professional who continues to write with his concentration dazzling around with the rest of the world, you don’t deserve to be called a PRO! So what I’m telling is, in order to write in a professional manner, you gotta focus! Close your eyes, centralize your thoughts and mash them up with your words. Simple!
- Set rewards for yourself: Now this is WEIRD, and I assure you won’t read this anywhere else except in the writings of #TheSensibleGuy (self-promotion 😛 ) So what I was telling is, set rewards for yourself to motivate your thoughts and get the best out of them. Just decide, “If I’ll complete ‘X’ milestone in ‘X’ time, I’ll get ‘X'”. Try this out and I assure you proved results!
- The most important, write what you experience: And you just can’t start up your daily writing habit unless you develop this one. This is what I’ve been experiencing and telling my juniors, ‘first experience, then write,’ and here by experiencing I’m not asking you to make any purchase, but I’m saying, whatever your next idea is, ‘first experience the tips and tricks you’re about to write, first experience them, in order to get the best realistic touch over it!
And as I concludes…
So, what’s your take on it? How many of these are YOU following? If not all, start now!
So if by now you if you haven’t tarted setting up a fix word count?don’t have a well-planned schedule and are continuing to write bullshit, STOP IT NOW!Follow these tips and cntinue writing, but like a professional!