Consistency

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I have had trouble with writing consistently lately and I know why. I haven’t MADE time for it. I had time, but I just put it other places. Life gets busy… You know what I’m talking about. Family, work, friends and all that other stuff. Nobody wants to steal time from those important things to write or whatever that “thing” is that you do. But, it also has to do with the time of day that I set aside for it. When I try to put things that I want to do in the middle of the day, of course it doesn’t happen.

The other part of it is that when I don’t feel like writing, it is the best time to write. Because as in every other good habit in life, it takes practice, determination and laying it on the line day in and day out. The more I write the more the creative juices flow. My posts are just better.

Whether we are talking about writing or not, these things will help you become better day in and day out:

1. Make a great schedule of the most important things and do those things first. Stick to it.
2. Habits take repeated trial and error. Push through the errors.
3. If you want to grow, you need to surround yourself with people that will help you grow.

Once you put some effort in towards these things, the momentum will be hard to stop.

So, what/who makes you better? You can leave a comment below.

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  1. says

    I have to force myself in being disciplined in writing. My goal is to have 3-5 posts a week(though its been at 3 for a while) and at times is very hard to make my goal. Due to family, working, and other projects. Its a challenge but defiantly worth it.

    I really like your 3 points, they are so true.