LRS 017: How to Write Every Day: 12 Steps to Developing a Daily Writing Habit 79

how to write every day - The Let's Reach Success Podcast

Welcome to the 17th episode of the Let’s Reach Success podcast. In today’s show I’ll talk about how to write every day.

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You may be a writer striving for a bigger word or page count per day, or want to start journaling your thoughts, keep morning pages, express yourself better through writing, or else.

So what you need to do in a nutshell is to start writing every single day. That’s how a habit is built and you shouldn’t aim for many words daily, but just to put pen to paper and write down a few paragraphs. Starting small is key when it comes to habit formation.

In this episode, I’ll share how I did it – how I started writing a lot daily and became a productive writer. I hope you’ll find some of the techniques that worked for me interesting and may try them out.

Check out today’s show if you want to learn how to write every day.

Show Notes:

  • How getting up early can help you write a lot every day [2:47]
  • Using mindfulness to get a lot of writing done [4:24]
  • How to handle rejection in life and how that’s connected to writing [4:49]
  • How to schedule your day around your most productive time [6:08]
  • One bad habit that distracts us while writing and how to fix it [6:35]
  • My 4 sacred hours [7:31]
  • Why tracking is crucial for writing a lot every day [8:22]


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How to Write Every Day

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