Yes, I will be starting with a writing challenge “soon”. Now soon to some people can be portrayed as anything from 1 to 500 days. However, soon in this instance means within the next month. There are just some other things that need to be taken care of before then. Little things that are snatching up unwanted time in my eyes.
Taking up a writing challenge means that I can be held accountable by everyone reading the content and therefore gives me greater motivation to put out content. Now you might be wondering what my writing challenge is going to be? Yes, you might be aware of some other guys having taken up writing challenges in the past…just an example is Corbett Barr – Every Day for 30 Days. He took a 30 day challenge and wrote about different topics each day. Some follow his personal life, situations or instances and others are advice to people, tips on blogging etc.
In the end Corbett completed his challenge and noted that it gave him lots of motivation and it became second nature in the end. A writing challenge to me comes as a goal. A project to set goals and achieve them. It keeps you accountable on certain levels. You aren’t allowed to go to sleep in the evening without posting something. All in all it creates a habit. A habit that will take you to the next level. A habit that will instill a new understanding and research dynamic in my life.
What will my Writing Challenge Be?
Sure I could go with a 30 day challenge. However, I know myself and therefore I’m going to take it a bit further. I will be kicking off with a 60 days everyday challenge. I will be constantly pushing myself to create content that deems valuable to my readers. Yes, there might be some rants and other questionable annotations within some of the articles, but just to be fair; this is a personal blog after all.
Now when will I be starting this content generating journey? Soon.