If you want to become a writer, it’s better to follow what the most successful and productive writers say or do.
Earnest Gaines says, “The Six Golden Rules of Writing: Read, read, read, and write, write, write.”
Stephen King says the secret to becoming a writer is to read a lot and write a lot.
The first chapter of Ann Handley‘s book “Everybody Writes” asks you to write every single day without fail.
But if you ask me, Brian Clark‘s advice totally blew me away and I had to share it here. (Disclosure: It personally helped me a lot!).
2. Write more.
3. Write even more.
4. Write even more than that.
5. Write when you don’t want to.
6. Write when you do.
7. Write when you have something to say.
8. Write when you don’t.
9. Write every day.
10. Keep writing.