Every writer I’ve ever talked to always wants to achieve more.
(Even Hugh Howey.)
We all want to reach more readers, sell more books, write better stories, and so on.
All of us, writers or not, want to do more and do it better. The question is, how?
I’m no guru, but I believe the secret to improving anything in life is to keep trying new things. And then – this is crucial, this is where most people drop the ball – actually measure your results.
Write them down. Compare. See if they’re working. If something isn’t giving you the results you want, drop it and move on.
Every day, you have a million choices and opportunities headed your way. You can’t embrace them all. Which ones will you take on?
Never give up. Just keep trying new things and measuring the results. If something works, do more of it. If something doesn’t work, stop doing it and move on.
That’s pretty broad advice, but it works. Try it today.
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