Day 18 / Wednesday = 72 Days Left in the Challenge
Yesterday we touched on weakness. Today’s process topic? Strength.
But first, if you’re starting the 85K Writing Challenge on Day 18, you have 72 days left in the Challenge. Plenty of time to write 85,000 words by March 31st.
Let’s do some math.
divided by 72 days
a daily writing pace of
1180 words or 4.72 typed pages
Starting 85K Writing Challenge today? Jan 18? Your daily writing pace is 1180 words or 4.72 typed pages.… Click To Tweet
Now let’s get to the topic at hand: strength.
We’ve been busy on the 85K Writing Challenge these past few weeks. If you haven’t read through the blog posts listed below, please do so. They contain simple yet highly insightful tips for getting a handle on your writing process and methods during the 85K Writing Challenge. There’s also a series of assignments you might want to look at if you haven’t done so already.
Last Week: Process Week
This Week: Implementation Week
Monday – Exploring the Process of Others
Tuesday – Weaknesses in Your Process
Wednesday – Strengths in Your Process – This is today’s post.
Thursday – Building A Better Process
Weekend 3 – Implementing Your New Process
When you write, what are you good at? What do you excel at? What are your strengths?
May I suggest three strengths for which to strive?
- Make word choice your strength.
- Make writing in a way that moves your story forward a strength.
- Make writing a story no one else can write be your strength.
Now, think strength as it relates to process.What strengths do you possess in your writing process? In the methods and practices of your writing?… Click To Tweet
It’s your turn.
Tell us what your strengths are as they relate to your writing process and methods. Is your strength time management? Creativity? Is your strength your ability to tune out distractions? Is your strength the speed at which you type? Is your strength a fluency of ideas?
When you think of the mechanics of sitting down to write, the process of writing one word after another, what are the strengths that will see you through the writing of your discovery draft? What methods of writing are you best at? Speed writing? Writing late at night? Writing during small ten-minute breaks in the day?
Your Writing Process: What are your strengths?
Share your strengths in the comment section below. Let others learn from you. Be their strength during a difficult writing challenge.