It’s been 6 months since I started a daily blog.

This is the 201st post.

Thanks to those who have been keeping up the conversations, commenting, sharing their insight, being awesome, real, generous people.

And big thanks, especially, to those who’ve shared my work. I’m always humbled when you think that my posts are worth other people’s time and attention.

Here are a few lessons that I’ve learned from blogging daily.

  1. Get a good keyboard.
  2. “It doesn’t matter if anybody reads it, what matters is the humility that comes in doing it.” – Seth Godin on blogging.
  3. Steven Pressfield was right – the difference between amateurs and professionals isn’t a paycheck. It’s a difference in mindset.
  4. Don’t try to write something ‘better’ than what you wrote yesterday.
  5. There is no such thing as writers block.
  6. To warm up, write into a journal.
  7. Writing is easy.
  8. Writing well is hard.
  9. Personality is half of it.
  10. Economy is everything.

Thanks for reading. Here’s to more.

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