Ever wondered what sets the great writers apart from the good ones? It’s not skill. Not talent. No, it’s something else.
All great things come with practice, and writing is no different. If you want to move from mediocrity to mastery, you’re going to need to do what the masters do. You’re going to have to form new habits.
Here’s your opportunity
Sometimes, you don’t need more information. Sometimes, you just need to act. So let’s do just that.
(Note: The 15 Habits Challenge is no longer going on, but you can go through it at your own rate by clicking the links below.)
For 15 days, I took my readers through a journey in which we practiced one essential habit all great writers have perfected. If you’d like to follow along, you can read each daily post by clicking the links below. I may do this again, so stay up to date through the following:
What we’ll cover
Each day, a different habit. Whether you’re joining the first day or the 15th, you can come here and see all the days (I’ll link to each as they’re published):
Why you should join
Each day, I share one habit all great writers practice. Then you get a daily challenge to complete by the end of the day.
If you sign up, you’ll be expected to do some work, but you’ll also grow as a writer like never before.
So what are you waiting for?
Are you in?
If you’d like to join this journey, you can enter your blog address and info below (totally optional, but it’s a fun way to see who else is participating):
Want to tell others about this? Grab the image below and include it on your blog, website, or whatever to represent your participation. (See more images here.)
Also, if you’re blogging through the series, you can join the daily linkups here.
Don’t want to miss a thing?
Although the 15 Habits Challenge is over, you can stay up-to-date on other daily writing tips by entering your email below (make sure you click the “daily updates” box):