3 Ways to Be a Better Creator?
Consuming media is so relaxing but keeps you stuck!
Can anyone relate to the challenge of just hanging around online? Congratulations if you are a regular creator — -writing, creating music, learning a new skill — -or better teaching a new skill.
For me, it is making regular contributions to a site's online communications that support excellent, “In Real Life” events (IRL) on a platform called Stitch.net.
It is a community for active individuals over 50 who want to create a stronger friendship community and travel the world of adventures. (Check it out at https://www.stitch.net/).
And writing for Medium, of course, keeps my juices flowing.
But are 3 ways to supercharge your writing — -especially when you are in a slump? Here’s some that should help you immediately.
- Join an online — or better yet, IRL daily writing group. I have participated regularly with a great group called The London Writers Salon. One hour of focused writing. Check it out https://londonwriterssalon.com/
- Track your daily creation time. Yep, just get a clock or timer and write down your total every day. It will help you find more time to work.
- Turn off all the distractions on your computer. Write and create without all the bells and whistles to distract you.
Please comment on what works best for you to be a more productive creator. Is it being on the beach, working in a remote international city, or being in your favorite room?
Carpe Diem for making a difference in the world.
Hello to my long-lost friends at Medium. I apologize for my writing absence and miss you a lot!