Choose something to do daily. For 100 days in a row. That’s too much?
I thought that years ago, when I’ve spent 90 days writing. After that, I’ve stopped writing for another 90 days in a row. Not a good move, since I was trying to develop a new habit.
This sort of initiative is about finding your momentum.
Right now, 2021, I’m writing daily for 243 days in a row (including this post), and I understand that this is something that keeps me going and helps me to improve my craft. Now it is working. Now I believe I’m ready for this. I was forcing the situation before.
I wish more people could keep a habit they love for longer times and find ways to become a better person at it.
This is not about effort. It’s about your nature. What are you about at this moment? You can do nothing if you want. Can you do nothing for 100 days in a row? Like, stay an hour without doing nothing for 100 days in a row?
How this works? Rules?
- Do a craft you choose for the next 100 days, everyday. It’s not only every weekday. Everyday.
- If possible, publish what you have done. This is what I’m doing with my writing.
— Daniel Wildt
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