Wisdom Of Writers: The Power Of “Daily”

You probably know that I believe there are some habits every writer needs to have because that’s where the real power lays. And this idea is somehow empowering (at least, that’s how it is for me).

Anthony Trollope thinks the same and even involves Hercules in the discussion:

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“A small daily task, if it be really daily, will beat the labours of a spasmodic Hercules.”


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      • To me, posting daily is too much. Some followers may look forward to receiving daily posts — and that’s fine for them. If you subscribe to multiple blogs, receiving daily posts can fill your mailbox. I simply prefer to write and receive periodic posts that may be informative, intriguing, entertaining, thought provoking, or personal. Hopefully, I write some of the kinds of posts that I also like to read.

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      • To me, posting daily is too much. Some followers may look forward to receiving daily posts — and that’s fine for them. If you subscribe to multiple blogs, receiving daily posts can fill your mailbox. I simply prefer to write and receive periodic posts that may be informative, intriguing, entertaining, thought provoking, or personal.

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  1. Great post! Quality over quantity. At the same time, I love a blog that takes me in a day to day, or week to week. I just love to see what goes on in another persons mind! It’s my new sitting in a cafe in NYC “people watching” and wondering what’s going on.

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