Most writing will never be read by anyone. Of what remains, the vast majority will stay confined to the narrow corner of the internet they were birthed into.
But a few pieces will travel widely. It only takes a few such pieces to build a career.
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Success as a writer means navigating the ever-changing sea of systems, social media networks, and outlets people use to find success.
While marketing alone won’t make you successful as a writer, it’s also true that an absence of this knowledge can be fatal.
It is rare to achieve success solely from writing.
However, writing can be a good tool for leveraging other opportunities. Sometimes that means landing a more prestigious job, getting on a cool start-up, or just meeting cool people. Being an engineer, accountant, or manager who also writes well is a powerful combo.
Two factors influence this insecurity.
Emulate the writing you enjoy reading. There are two reasons for this:
Many writers obsess over their style when they haven’t produced enough to have one yet.
One hundred essays is probably a good benchmark to hit before worrying about whether what you’re writing is good or not. Writing this much will also get you over your inhibitions about putting thought into text.
Success as a writer depends almost entirely on having a critical mass of people who want to read what you write.
A good general principle is not to try to sell anything (including writing a book) until you have 5000 regular readers. If that sounds like a lot, it should! Getting 5000 people to read your writing consistently isn’t easy—but it shows that you have something people are interested in. That’s why building your audience should be your priority.
A morning routine is essentlialy a set of actions you perform in the morning, usually before starting your day's main activity like going to work or to school. The actions can be anything from drinking a glass of water or brushing your teeth to doing a two-hour workout or running around the block.
Authentic creativity has the power to be reinterpreted and reinvented by the reader. They offer an enticing ambiguity, a place where the reader can be friends with the characters and feel like spending more time inside.
A good creative work is like a mirror, reflecting the reader's imagination in a kaleidoscopic way.
The more you write the better you get. But I didn’t just write to meet some number. I practiced consciously . That means :
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