The ONE lesson for budding writers: you can’t get better at writing without trying

If I made the decision to practice writing several years earlier, I could be on day 1553, instead of day 553 (Yes I’ve been keeping track).  That means I could be 1000 days better, more versed, more experienced—if only I started earlier. 

Unfortunately time waits for nobody.

Yet, we tell ourselves that we’re not good enough, have too little time, or require some sort of prerequisite before starting something new.

Maybe the right call isn’t to wait until we’re ready. 

Instead, it would be better to do everything we possibly can, just so that we have an opportunity to be ready when something worthwhile happens.

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