Maybe you've noticed...
I've been writing a blog post almost every day these past few weeks.
It's a deliberate practice I've undertaken since reading this post and this post by Seth Godin.
Basically, I am writing and publishing a post a day to get over my fear of putting things out into the world that are unfinished. I want to share from the heart, quickly and directly. And a practice like publishing a blog post a day is one way to do that.
Here's a quick and dirty manifesto around my practice:
1 post a day
written in one sitting
edit in one and only one pass (no obsessing or worrying about grammar, punctuation, typos)
post it... no sitting on it. ( Seth's term is "ship it")
ability for people to comment — this setting is turned off (as Seth’s is on his blog)
Manifestos are helpful. Daily practices are helpful. Making myself do something I am scared to do is helpful.
I don’t know how long I will do this for, but I do know that I will become someone different on the other side of this practice?