6 Traits Shippers Who Continued To Publish Daily Past 100 Days Have In Common

  1. Daily writing became a source of joy
    “I’m more in love with the process & practice of creating than the actual outcome.” — Ev
    “Putting things out into the interwebs every day is becoming a pleasurable habit.” — Bob
    “Habit of writing became a source of peace” — Rubén
    “I guess it’s the creator in me, and the fact that I love writing and the process of writing.” — Andy
  2. They all have backup essays for bad days.
    “I publish out of my overflow, so it never seems hard” — Ev
    “Have three essays in reserve” — Andy
    “Plan for your worst-case scenario. Life will get in.” — Rubén.
  3. They have a daily writing habit.
    “I’m a former musician, so I’m used to being consistent in my violin practice.” — Andy.
    “Re-making it a daily habit over the last six months has been remarkable. Even if that’s just one tweet at a time.” — Bob
    “I haven’t stopped writing a single day since that August 14” — Rubén.
  4. They don’t put pressure for quality content.
    We put so much stuff out; we never know what will hit. I never know” — Derek.
    “I write 2 hours every morning, even if the stuff isn’t going to be used.” — Andy.
    “Publishing is not the end product; it’s just the beginning of exposing your idea in public.” — Ev
  5. They have systems for note-taking and writing.
    “You don’t want to be slaving 3 hours over the computer screen” — Derek
    “So capture anything that resonates with you in an external trusted system.” — Rubén
    “Carry a notebook; Dictate ideas to Siri; Use digital notebook & shortcuts” — Ev

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Hi, I’m Ovi Stoica! I help people build quality software and I write about technology, startups and marketing for developers.

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