I write every day. Good or bad, I write.

Random thoughts leading to the daily writing, and few ‘good habits’ I chose to let go of along the way.

#1. A DEEP SEATED DESIRE

#2. AN EFFORT TO CONDITION MYSELF

#3. THE INFLUENCE OF GREAT PEOPLE

I DON’T ALWAYS AGREE WITH THINGS. EVEN THOSE I APPRECIATE

Article: Link Author: Rob Howard
  1. I am praising this article, but if someone wants to read it, it would be very difficult for them. Not good.
  2. Quincy’s article. Without a link, I am depriving anyone reading it from discovering something that has helped me a lot.
  3. James, Mark, Shekhar — I love their writing in general. So, giving links to their articles wasn’t that relevant. So I skipped that.
  4. Someone may want to follow them. They helped me — howsoever unwittingly. Someone else may find that help as well. So, links to their profiles.

LETTING GO OF THE ‘NICE TO HAVE’ ITEMS IN MY WRITING

  • Used Hemingway app to see if I was structuring my sentences right
  • Used Headline analyzer to fix my post titles

That’s fucking insane!

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