When people ask me how to sustain a writing practice, they often are asking about ideation and creating time. They overlook the fundamental piece of sustaining any activity. Without this, nothing else matters.
The very thing that you may believe is a block to your freedom to create is actually essential to creating consistent and sustainable results.
It may seem counterintuitive, but here’s why quitting is the key to maintaining longevity in any practice.
There’s a different between getting things done and doing the work that matters consistently over time.
Sustainable results require commitment for the long term.
Consistency is often considered a virtue, the thing we’re aiming for. But it can also be the reason you’re not getting results.
How to show up even when you don’t feel like it or when you feel like you’re publishing crap.