Writing is one of the most powerful tools, one that can transform your life in unimaginable ways. But how do you start a writing habit that sticks?
It can be an outlet for your thoughts and emotions, a means to articulate your ideas, and the vehicle that leads to personal and professional growth.
But the secret to reaping these benefits lies not in the act of writing itself, but in making it a daily habit.
As a writer, I’ve always been intrigued by the routines and tools of others. After all, if it’s working for them, there’s a good chance it could work for me too. For years, I’ve been developing a good writing routine.
For those of you who are curious or maybe even struggling to find your own writing rhythm, let me share my routine with you.
The significance of accumulating your first $100,000 cannot be underestimated when it comes to building long-term wealth. Saving your first $100k is an important personal milestone.
The late Charlie Munger, renowned investor and long-time partner of Warren Buffett, said this during a 1998 annual shareholder meeting of Berkshire Hathaway:
I started writing daily in 2015. Since then, I published over 600 articles and wrote 8 books. I easily wrote more than a million words. There are many things I have learned from writing.
Here are 12 of my most important insights.