The Secret to Becoming a Better Writer: Building Your Daily Writing Routine

I'm a great believer in luck and I find the harder I work the more I have of it -Thomas Jefferson

I’m a great believer in luck and I find the harder I work the more I have of it.

-Thomas Jefferson

About 20 years ago, I started a personal blog for the sole purpose of building a daily writing habit.

I wrote for myself, with no intention of gaining a following or affecting anyone else’s life. I used a WordPress blog out of convenience.

In that respect, my motive purely “selfish” yet that decision changed my life.

It removed the thought, “Will I write?” from my life.

The only question I faced each day was, “What will I write?”

This is the power of building a daily writing habit.

Over the years, I researched and designed systems that could guarantee my success.  I researched mindset issues and how to overcome negative and limiting beliefs that kept holding me back.

I did all of this in my quest to become a better writer so I could turn my dream of writing for a living into my reality.

And it all started with my decision to build a daily writing habit.

If you dream of writing a book or you dream of writing to earn a living, the very best advice I can offer is that you build your daily writing habit. Click To Tweet
  • Use your digital calendar is your accountability partner. 
  • Schedule your writing times on your calendar.
  • Keep your appointments and write for the time you scheduled to write.
  • Write whether you feel like it or not.

The system above is both simple and effective.

The more faithfully you work this system, the luckier and more inspired you will become.


And if you’ve followed me for any length of time at all, you know how much I love systems that guarantee my success.

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