Sometimes it’s hard for writers to find a balance in being productive, and often times it becomes quite frustrating. We think to ourselves, “I could have been successful by now if I didn’t have to do these other things.” but time is not always the case.
In fact, if you push yourself to write content quickly just for the sake of getting it done, it might not necessarily create content that’s quality. Take for instance NaNoWriMo, which encourages writers to attempt writing a 50,000-word novel in thirty days.
While it’s fun (at least at first) and interesting to see the results of the books, at the end of it you’ll probably be more burnt-out and less productive than you were before. Instead of power-writing, try setting manageable goals and intentions.
Intentions are a way of making yourself productive in a balanced way, and are daily motivators in small, manageable pieces. To learn how to set intentions as well as meaningful long-term writing goals, see the full article.
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