Whether I publish or not, I write each day. The first thing I do on the computer is start writing my thoughts and read them more than twice. Fifteen years ago, I was rejected for the role of a customer support executive with feedback stating, “Your grammar/written English is not correct.” Over the past decade, I have joined multiple writing classes and workshops to understand the art of writing. Through this process, I have come to understand that writing enables clearer thinking, which in turn helps articulate these thoughts into action. On a good day, it is easy for me to write a few thousand words, while on some days, I struggle to put a few words down on my word document. However, I
go back to the drawing board multiple times a day and try to translate my thoughts into words. This is where I thrive, where great ideas are generated, projects are born, and everything awesome happens in my life.
So, if you want to change your life even a little bit, start writing every day. Start now, not tomorrow. Do you write? Share what works for you in the comments section!