A few weeks ago, I mentioned that I try to stick to a writing quota of about 300 words a day.
Eric Proulx liked that idea. 300 words is not too much, not too little etc. It’s a manageable size, if you’ve got other things going on… but still enough to build up a decent body of work over time.
So what did he do? He set up a little writing club called “300 Words”.
As if I needed another project in my life.
But this one is designed to make me — and you — better at other projects. It’s called “300 Words,” and the idea is to put a little peer pressure on writers to be accountable for doing what they should be doing every day. Which is write.
I get a little bit of credit for it (I drew the cartoon, woo hoo!), but really, it’s his baby.
If you’re a writer who could use a little bit of motivation and/or peer pressure to kick your output up a notch or two, I hope you will check it out, Thanks.