Writing a daily email is easier than writing a weekly email. ~ Jonathan Stark
Conventional wisdom says to take the middle road
But for something like promoting your own business
I’m more a fan of what the first President Bush called “The Big Mo”
As in Momentum
Everytime you stop something and have to start again
You engage in a kind of launch that
Like a rocket leaving the earth’s atmosphere
Takes way more energy than to simply stay in orbit.
See if this helps:
When you write consistently
Every single day
You are no longer time-bound
It’s part of your life, your day, and even your self-care
Both business and personal self-care
At which point it becomes a labor of love
And the benefits are so great as to not even be remotely proportionate
To the effort you put in.
P.S. Jonathan and I nerded out about this yesterday on his podcast “Doing Daily” here
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