I recall Seth Godin mentioned something about writing every day:
The daily blog…it's one of the top 5 career decisions I've ever made. I don't need anyone's permission. I don't need to go out and promote it. I don't use any analytics. I don't have comments. It's just: this is what I noticed today and I thought I'd share it with you. Everyone should blog, even if it's not under their own name, every single day.
I like this idea that there’s no measurement for success. Seth isn’t measuring website traffic, social shares or comments. His daily writing is just for him.
Do you see how this quote above is sort of related to what I was saying yesterday?
As I was mulling over this idea of writing 200 crappy words per day, I thought about how these daily posts could be written as an ongoing stream of thought. Each post could be somewhat related to the last. As you read one post, you can click and view the next one and they’re sort of related. In this sense, you these 200 crappy words per day become an ongoing story that can be followed over time.
With this in mind, I’ve added “Pervious day” and “Next day” links to the bottom of these posts so that you (the reader) can quickly flick back and forth along this timeline of writing.