Finally, you hit “publish.”
The blog post you’ve spent hours polishing, making sure everything is perfect, is complete.
Now you wait. One day. Then two. A week goes by, but only one or two people have seen your post. You poured your heart and soul into that post, but the result is disappointing.
It can be disheartening when no one pays attention to your work. A few views can make you doubt your ability to write.
But you know what? Every great blogger started out like that.Continue reading
Look into the profiles of most prolific writers and you’ll see staggering figures:
Stephen King has published more than 63 novels since his debut best-seller Carrie.
Isaac Asimov, one of the “Big Three” sci-fi writers, wrote more than 500 books over his 53-year career.
Anthony Trollope churned out 47 novels and dozens of short stories despite writing for only three hours per day.
Charles Bukowski produced some 5,000 poems, novels, and short stories during his 38 years of writing.
How did these writers manage to create content so quickly? Do they possess supernatural powers to pop out content at lightning speed?Continue reading