The more frequently you write to your prospect mailing list, the more – not less – ideas you’ll have.
Here’s a valid concern expressed by many readers of the list
Most recently from Michael “Fritz” Fritzius:
“I know I can crank out a bunch of content at the start, but I’ll start dry firing if I try to keep up with daily.”
This is probably the most common concern
Among my clients
And most likely anyone
Who’s under pressure
To come up with content
Here’s the thing:
The more you write
The more ideas you’ll have.
And here’s where it gets really weird:
The more you do it
The better and faster you’ll get
And the more ideas will start to come
From every part of your life
Seemingly without effort
Until it gets to a point where
The only problem is:
You’ll have too many ideas
To choose from.
P.S. No, you don’t have to write daily. I actually coach people to start writing to their prospect list weekly because it feels easier – and that does count for something. But eventually I do recommend writing daily. Only because it helps you learn to write and come up with ideas faster. So fast that a daily email practice winds up taking less time than a weekly. Crazy, I know.